Looking for a cheaper way to fertilize flowers or keep pests at bay? A better tool for planting tiny seeds?
The answers may lie in your home, where common household items like coffee grounds or old pie tins can become easy, eco-friendly tools to give your garden a boost without breaking the bank.
This has little or nothing to do with the outdoors, but maybe you've noticed, people are constantly making up new words and expressions. Trouble is, some of my favorites are being forgotten and abused.
We Alaskans occasionally need to be reminded of how fortunate we are to live where salmon still have a place to come home to.
In Washington, where I was born and raised, salmon abundance has declined dramatically over the past several decades.
The recent threat of flooding along the lower Kenai River didn't surprise me. I've seen it happen so many times, I now equate silver fishing with high water.
This is the season when the Kenai River is most likely to be high and to flood.
(Author's note: This column first appeared in the Clarion on April 4, 2008. Nothing has changed. LP) Slowly but surely, I'm figuring out women. For example, I recently deduced why they spend so much time shopping. This is no casual observation.