Welcome to July

Erica Sorensen
July is a month full of activity! While everyone knows about the celebration of the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, there are many other anniversaries happening in July. Remember to stay cool during the 'Dog Days' going on until the beginning of August. To learn more head over to our July Post!

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It's Time for June

Erica Sorensen
For most people June means Summer has finally arrived! This month we are celebrating our Nation's Flag and our Fathers. Visit our gardening page to get this months best gardening days and click here to learn more about what's going on in the month of June.

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May 2019!

Erica Sorensen
May is finally here and that means it's time to plant! We are very excited to get out into our gardens and we hope you are too! Click here to get May's best gardening days and get started. May is a busy month but we are happy to set aside time this month to honor our Mothers and our Armed Forces. To learn more about may, head over to our May blog.

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Here's to April!

Erica Sorensen
April is here! This month is full of interesting holidays and events throughout the United States and the World. Take a few minutes to learn about these holidays, events and April history by taking a look at April's blog. We made sure there were a few laughs included too!

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March 2019 Happenings

Erica Sorensen
March is here! March is a month full of changes, during this month we transition from Winter to Spring and "Spring Forward" into Daylight Savings Time. March is the perfect time to start your seeds indoors and get ready for your early spring planting. To learn more about what is happening in March visit our March blog post.

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Learn more about February 2019

Erica Sorensen
There are a lot of things happening this month! From weather predictions on Groundhog Day, to celebrating love on Valentines Day! We also celebrate President Abraham Lincoln and President George Washington's birthdays on the National Holiday of President's day. Visit our February 2019 blog post to learn more!

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