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Political commentary, but important:

There are once in a lifetime changes occurring within our government and the court system.

Changes that may not be reversible for sometime, but yet may effect everyone in this country at some point, probably not in a positive way. We realize, not everyone has the time these days to keep up on these important issues.

In these times when the nation comes together to choose a new leader, we would like to offer some insightful articles. Both of these articles show who are "for the people" and who are not. Both articles are based on Supreme Court case records and actual statements made by Republican politicians. File this under; You cannot make this stuff up.

WATCH: Sheldon Whitehouse masterfully exposes right-wing conspiracy to rig the courts

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) laid out a vast right-wing conspiracy to stack the courts to benefit a handful of billionaires.

Raw Story

Column: Answering Biden tax plan, conservatives absurdly claim $400,000 a year isn't 'rich'

In the category of "do we have to do this again?" the financial press and personal finance websites have experienced a recent outbreak of articles asking us to feel sympathy for families barely scraping by on healthy six-figure incomes.


Two local teens grocery shopped for their grandparents. Soon it became a national volunteer effort.

Two Montgomery County teenagers who started helping their grandparents during the novel coronavirus outbreak have turned their goodwill into a nationwide volunteer delivery service with 14 chapters across the country.

Washington Post

Which charities do the most good? Charity Navigator joins the effort to answer this crucial question.

Charity Navigator used to tell you if charities are well run. Now, it’ll also tell you if they’re getting things done.


Kill Your Gas Stove

It’s bad for you, and the environment. If you can afford to avoid it, you probably should.

The Atlantic

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What will you find here?

Plenty! You will find an ever changing array of articles concerning our health and lives. You can learn about events happening in the Front Range. And read up on gardening techniques and emerging technologies.

We also keep an eye on the political landscape because many national issues affect us here in Colorado.

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"Our tools are better than we are, and grow better faster than we do. They suffice to crack the atom, to command the tides, but they do not suffice for the oldest task in human history, to live on a piece of land without spoiling it."

~~Aldo Leopold, “Engineering and Conservation” in The River of the Mother of God and Other Essays (1938)

See you on the inside!


The miracle fall forage crop

Who doesn’t like oats?

Consider annuals to avoid summer shortages

During the dog days of summer, cool-season grasses slack off in productivity, but this period is prime performance time for summer annuals.


Have you heard of a 'manureshed'?

Agricultural Research Service proposes using manuresheds to reconnect crop and livestock production.


A western Indiana farmer says rotational grazing has improved soil health on his farm.


Forging a path with an ancient plant that once dotted the Kansas landscape

For Melisa Nelson-Baldwin, data is key. And what this trained crop research scientist sees is hemp is a great crop for Kansas farmers.

Looking toward a small farm future

The food and farming sector faces a period of turbulence in the near-term with Brexit, COVID-19 and numerous uncertainties about trade deals, labour inputs and farm succession.

Regenerative farming: The theory and the farmers doing it

CSU Extension

Regenerative agriculture provokes strong opinions and passionate debate. There are those who are sceptical of the claims being made in its name, while others have completely bought into the idea that it is farming’s future, and the way to solve climate change.

Farmers Weekly


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