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Q: I’ve heard a lot about raw dog food, but it seems pricey. Is it safe? Are the health benefits substantial? A: Raw diets for dogs (including raw meat) have become increasingly popular. Some pet owners -- even some veterinarians -- swear by them,...
Finding specialty goods — organic eggs, goat cheese, goat cheese cheesecake, whole grain bread and rolls, honey, vegetables, herbs, pork, lamb, turkey, chicken, flavored olive oil, balsamic vinegar, native plants, trees, shrubs and flowers —...
Tags: Dog Biscuits, Beets, Farms, Recipes, Music Industry
For The Baltimore SunNate Weiner used to do most of his grocery shopping at the Wegmans in Hunt Valley and the Giant near his Hampden home. Now he orders most of his groceries online from Relay Foods and picks it up at designated spot on Sundays. "I get most of my produce...
John E. "Jack" Simms, a retired executive vice president whose career at American Credit Indemnity Co. spanned more than four decades, died Friday from complications of Alzheimer's disease at Stella Maris Hospice. He was 88. The son of a Methodist...
While Montpelier Mansion programs have been moved offsite during restoration at the historic house museum this year, one annual event will nevertheless be held at its regular place. The 17th annual Montpelier Festival of Herbs, Teas and the Arts is held...
Tags: Fine Artists, Montpelier, Arts, Artists, Drugs and Medicines
Gene Iager can talk for hours about his family's history of farming in Fulton, which began in 1839, when his great-great-grandfather Henry R. Iager purchased the original 108-acre site for $225. But while Iager, 66, speaks fondly of his family's...
Tags: Water Supply, Howard County, Rentals
It was Dirty Finger Club Day at Linton Springs Elementary School, near Eldersburg. Out in the vegetable garden — one of a dozen "outdoor classrooms" in the meadows, wetlands and woodlands of school's spacious grounds — Anna Letaw, a...
Although by all accounts the Maryland legislature had a very productive session, legislators fell short in protecting the land that most sustains us — our farmland. While we applaud the successful defense of open space funding overall, for the...
It's the time of year when I probably ought to be thinking about gardening, but this year I'm thinking about not gardening. Gardening has never been among my strong abilities. I can dig a hole and plant something. I have a lot of success with trees,...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Tomatoes, Fertilizer, Asparagus, Gardening
Plenty of people in their late 40s and older have stories about Old Route 24, the two lane roadway which linked Bel Air to Edgewood and had a marginally busy business district around the I-95 interchange. The road's number has long since been changed to...
Spring gardening The Master Gardener Series presents the class, "Grow it! Eat it! Spring Vegetable Gardening," at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 9, at Historic Oakland, 5430 Vantage Point Road, on how to prepare the garden soil for spring planting, plant seeds...
It isn't hard to recognize an example of false economy in the average household budget. The vegetable gardener who spends $500 on supplies to produce $12 in produce, the inexpensive home repair that falls apart in a month or the avid shopper who saves...
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