Vernal equinox oddities, grow your own salad greens, gorgeous galaxies!

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Daily Newsletter for Monday, March 18, 2019

earth awakens

The Earth awakes: Already her deep heart
Begins to stir, and send its life abroad.

–Thomas Buchanan Read (1822–72)

Monday, March 18, 2019
77th day of the year

Bonnie Blair (speedskater, Olympic gold medalist) was born on this day in 1964.
Fess Parker (actor) died on this day in 2010.

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Vernal Equinox Facts

Vernal Equinox Oddities
This year, the vernal equinox falls on Wednesday, March 20. Are day and night equal on this day? Does the Sun rise exactly east and set exactly west? Learn about the March equinox from Bob Berman, Almanac astronomer.


Are You Giving Your Dog Gas? - 3 Dangerous Ingredients That No Dog Should Eat

Are you harming your dog by feeding them the wrong food? There are 3 dangerous ingredients that no dog should ever eat, and if you are giving them to your dog then you might be slowly harming it. Click here to find out these harmful ingredients.
Gorgeous Galaxies!

Spring is Galaxy Time!
Did you know that spring is galaxy time? More galaxies are visible from March to mid-May, early in the evening. I thought I’d share some information and photos of these galaxies!
The Old Farmer's Almanac All-Natural Ant Repellent

Repels Black, Red, Fire, Crazy, Sweet, and Carpenter Ants!
Grow Salad Greens

How to Grow Your Own Salad Greens
Growing your own salad greens will put a world of fresh ingredients at your fingertips. Whether you are a gourmet salad lover who likes to experiment with interesting greens or someone who just wants to have your own homegrown lettuce, your choices are only limited by the seeds you can find and the space you have.
Old Farmers Meat Market Sign

Perfect for your farmhouse decor!
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Supercharge Your Soil!

How to Enrich Your Garden Soil With Minerals
The secret to a successful garden is right beneath your feet. Show your soil some love and you can expect bigger, better harvests. In this short video, we demonstrate five simple yet highly effective ways to prepare your soil to give your crops the best possible start this spring.
Glazed Carrots and Parsnips

Honey-Glazed Carrots and Parsnips

Honey-Glazed Carrots and Parsnips make for a simple but excellent combination.

Rooster Birdhouse

Functional art for your garden and feathered friends!