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Making Grad Night One To Remember

There are some events in life that absolutely call for a major celebration. On the list of events that most people consider “major” are birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, and of course, graduations. Graduations are especially huge events as they represent the culmination of years of dedication and hard work. A graduation is an event a whole …

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7 Best Flavors of Frozen Yogurt

Frozen yogurt is a delightful treat that can be enjoyed anytime and anywhere. If you’ve only ever purchased “traditional” flavors, however, you’re missing out on a whole world beyond chocolate and vanilla. Here are just seven different tastes that might become your new favorite. 1. Genuine Tart With a blend of everything from strawberries to …

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Improve your netball passing skills

It goes without saying, but accurate passing is one of the most fundamental skills in netball. Passing, and receiving, is a coordination skill and needs to be constantly practised, even after you’ve mastered the basic skill. Accurate passing is only successful if receiving is also up to speed. Both skills should be practised together. Image …

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Grow Your Own: The Benefits of Polytunnels

Along with the economic recession and a rise in the number of people installing solar panels, growing your own fruit and vegetable has also risen in popularity. There are numerous benefits to this, including a reduction in your carbon footprint and organic produce free from pesticides. However, for a novice, it can be difficult to …

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Disrupting the Way We Buy Produce

Straight from the TechCrunch Disrupt Battlefield, a new internet-based project to greatly expand the CSA [Community Supported Agriculture] movement into places where it hasn’t been before. It’s a project designed to connect community organizers – volunteers with a group of friends and neighbors who want to get in on farm fresh produce and other fresh …

How to Survive Until Real Spring

Dig Out an Old Project, see if you can finish it… Sigh. I hate early spring. The weather goes from gorgeous and warm to bleak and icy in no time flat, and one dare not plant out anything that can’t take at least a couple of inches of ice on top. One day this week …