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Awanadjo Almanack - Issue 104

There was a time when nearly all the earth’s fresh water was drinkable.

Growing Your Own Citrus

Bring some of summer's ‘zest’ indoors for the winter with a citrus tree in a pot.

The Fixers - Fred Murphy, Waterville's Cobbler

By Greg Rossel One man’s hands-on approach promotes quality over quantity.

Poinsettias: Brilliant history, colorful plant

The holiday poinsettia takes a little care and delivers a lot of seasonal color.

Harvest Time at Moody Cranberry Bog

The cranberry harvest at the Moody's bog is a family affair.

Mainely Gourmet - The Village Inn

Mainely Gourmet: The Village Inn, Belgrade Lakes

Mainely Gourmet - Damariscotta River Grill

Mainely Gourmet: Damariscotta River Grill

Parsnips: Slow Roots, Sweet Anticipation

Milton Parsons told me he likes to watch parsnips grow. He’s been watching them for 20 years at his farm in Union.

Fresh Strawberries: An Independence Day Tradition

Growing strawberries is not that hard; the sweet fruit is well worth the bother.

Image Gallery: Downeast Energy - 100 Years

2008 marks the 100th Anniversary for Downeast Energy & Building Supply

Mainely Gourmet - China Town, Augusta

Mainely Gourmet: China Town, Augusta, Maine

Plant Peas: It's Patriotic

Many Maine gardeners use Patriots' Day as the traditional planting date.

Itching to Garden - Maine Gardens

These hardy vegetable choices work well in Maine’s chilly spring season.

Going Beyond Bulbs - Maine Gardens

Early spring color for your garden.