What to do with fall leaves, chilling weather forecast

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Daily Newsletter for Sunday, October 28, 2018

wagon with bales

All afternoon his tractor pulls a flat wagon
with bales to the barn, then back to the waiting
chopped field. It trails a feather of smok

–David Baker (b. 1954)

What to Do With Fall Leaves

What To Do With Fall Leaves
We don’t call it “fall” around here for nothing. If lots of leaves have fallen in your yard, why not put them to good use right at home? Here are eight ways to use fall leaves.
Local Farmers' Market Tote

Features long and short handles for convenience. Plus, a two-sided design and small interior pocket.
$6.97 (You Save $5.00)
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8 Ways to Garden With Nature

8 Steps To Gardening With Nature
Discover eight simple steps to gardening in step with nature! Read on or watch our video to garden more sustainably—to do yourself and your planet a world of good. 
Vintage Cast Iron Sun

Measures almost a foot across and is made using traditional sand-casting techniques. The weather-resistant finish allows it to be enjoyed outdoors or indoors. 
Chilling Weather Forecast!

Halloween Weather Forecast: Wicked Weather to Haunt The Holiday
This Halloween, along with costumes and candy, don’t forget your coat or rain jacket! See what the Old Farmer’s Almanac long-range weather forecasts are predicting for your area on October 31.
The Gift of Gardening

The Gift of Gardening is a lovely illustrated book filled with inspirational quotes and interesting facts harvested from The Old Farmer’s Almanac. It is perfect for the garden enthusiast. Includes a space to personalize the book with a “To” and “From” section on the first page.
Heads Up: DST Ends Soon

Daylight Saving Time 2020: When Does the Time Change?
Daylight Saving Time starts on the 2nd Sunday in March—that’s Sunday, March 8, 2020! See details about the history of “saving daylight” and why we still observe DST today.
Support Your Local Farmers Tote Bag

This sturdy cotton canvas bag features The Old Farmer’s Almanac 1792 logo on one side and the message “Support Your Local Farmers” on the other. Made in the USA. 
Popular Pumpkin Pie Recipe

Creamy Pumpkin Pie

A tasty, creamy pumpkin pie that’s just perfect for the fall season.  If desired, you can substitute the sugar in the pie with an alternative sweetener. 

Carved Wooden Sign

Measures over 2 feet wide and features a distressed finish!
$29.95 (SAVE $10)