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Best food and travel items of 2024…so far, anyway

 By Kara Kimbrough I’m not sure how – or when – it happened, but 2024 is more than ...

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Nature’s Song

By: Jan Penton-Miller To a four year old most things appear quite large, and a year lasts an ...

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Felder Rushing

It takes steely determination and a hardened heart to declutter what took years to accumulate. It’s hard physically, ...

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“Step Up”

By: Shannon Marshall The preacher for “Love Worth Finding Ministries” is Dr. Adrian Rogers. Love Worth The finding ...

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Plant Inventory for Pollinator Plant Sale June 2 & 3 (Fri/Sat)

By: Patricia R. Drackett   Here’s the PLANT LIST for the POLLINATOR PLANT SALE this Fri/Sat June 2 ...

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“Turning a Frown Upside Down”

By: Shannon Marshall   It is harder to frown than smile. Or I have heard it takes more ...

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Shades of red and gold are decorating our roadsides

By Patricia Drackett Director of the Crosby Arboretum and assistant extension professor of landscape architecture with the Mississippi ...

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Winter discoveries at the Arboretum

By Pat Drackett Crosby Arboretum Director What will you see on a winter walk at the Arboretum? Although ...

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Native plants for your landscape that will attract birds

By Patricia DrackettDirector of the Crosby Arboretum Are you the kind of person who likes to feed the ...

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Celebrating winter at the Crosby Arboretum

By Patricia R. Drackett Director, The Crosby Arboretum, Mississippi State University Assistant Extension Professor of Landscape Architecture Native ...

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