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Native Bees Are All the Buzz

By Teri McKenzie / January 31, 2017

By Courtnie Carter, beekeeper/native bee enthusiast Concern for the recent decline of bees has permeated the public world. For many individuals, the phrase “save the bees” conjures images of adorable, fuzzy honey bees bustling around garden flowers.blackmart apk free download Honey bees are the main source of commercial pollination for most…

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Eat Local! Chocolate

By Teri McKenzie / January 31, 2017

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, many of us are probably thinking about getting that special someone a heart shaped box of chocolates.kfc mingles bucket Did you know that chocolate offers many benefits other than just satisfying a sweet tooth or showing someone that you care? Dark chocolate in…

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Pokey Creek Farm

By Teri McKenzie / January 30, 2017

Greg and Leah Sempel own and operate Pokey Creek Farm, which is near Santa, Idaho. The produce that they grow is Certified Organic, and you will see them during farmer’s market season at the weekly markets in both Hayden and Moscow, Idaho. They also supply produce to Pilgrim’s Market in…

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Eat Local! Herbal Tea

By Teri McKenzie / January 1, 2017

Tea has long been cultivated and used to treat medical conditions, and the health benefits of tea for heart disease and cancer prevention are well known. Three main types of tea are traditionally made from the tea plant (Camellia sinensis) native to China and India, which include white, green, and…

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