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Homegrown column Aug. 22, 2009

By Dennis Hill

• I planted two yellow hook-neck squash plants and I am getting a lot of buds, but the squash only grow to the size of a peanut then shrivel up. What am I not doing? — Kristi Squash shriveling up before they have a chance to size ...

Late summer a good time to start watering less often, DRIP Column Aug 22, 2009

By Staff

By CURTIS SWIFT Special to the Sentinel The intelligent use of water is important to all of us on the DRIP team. Even though we have a great deal of water coursing through the Grand Valley, how we use it determines our success in maintaining ...

SustainAbility column July 25, 2009

By Adele Israel

Humans have lived in the desert for thousands of years and survived. According to Master Gardener Laurie Reiser, living in the desert is “perfectly possible” and doesn’t have to be scary. The key is respecting the land and ...

SustainAbility Column July 11, 2009

By Adele Israel

It has been very entertaining to hear about House Resolution 2454 primarily through the filter of local perspective. The fun began with a letter from Grand Valley Power concerning “Cap and Trade Legislation” and continued with ...

DRIP Column July 11, 2009

By Guest Columnist

By JOSEPH BURTARD Special to the Sentinel The average Grand Valley resident uses approximately 91 gallons of water in his or her home each day, according to local water providers. Household appliances are major contributors to the amount of ...

SustainAbility Column July 04, 2009

By Adele Israel

This past Tuesday , I had the privilege of participating in the 2009 Western Colorado Sustainability Roundtable with 40 other lucky people. The event was hosted by the Alliance for Sustainable Colorado with help from Green Guides of the Grand ...

DRIP Column July 04, 2009

By Guest Columnist

By DENIS REICH Special to the Sentinel It was a wet spring here in the Grand Valley. For many, it was the wettest they can remember. For some of us, this means we can procrastinate no longer on re-shingling the roof. For others, it raises ...

Annie Payne Column July 04, 2009

By Annie Payne

The largest house in America is in Asheville, N.C. It boasts 4 acres of floor space, 250 rooms, 34 bedrooms, 43 bathrooms and 65 fireplaces. It was constructed over six years and completed in 1895. It served as the family home of George and ...

Homegrown Column July 04, 2009

By Dennis Hill

Our 8-year-old redbud has loose bark at its base. I’ve peeled some off and don’t see any pests. I’ve removed river rock to give it more “air.” Should I be worrying?  — Pat Does the tree look good ...

Dixie Burmeister Column July 01, 2009

By Dixie Burmeister

Let’s talk culinary delights for the Fourth of July, but first a Tomato Update: On Father’s Day, June 21, (note the irony) at 4:35 p.m., weighing in at 3 1/2 ounces and in perfect shape, the first Burmeister tomato was picked. AND ...

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