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Keep Your Home Clean and Green: Reducing Dust

Keep Your Home Clean and GreenAlthough house dust is comprised of harmless particles of natural materials, it can also be contaminated by a wide variety of pollutants. Here are some tips for keeping your home as dust-free and healthy as possible.

 

photo of a butterfly on an orange flower

Create a Butterfly GardenEvery gardener appreciates the sight of butterflies flitting about in the garden. Show them a little hospitality, and these "flying flowers" will return to your garden year after year. Here are a few tips on how to turn your garden into the perfect spot for a butterfly social.

 

How to Get Grease Out of Fabrics - Woman eating a greasy hamburger

How to Get Grease Out of FabricsGrease stains can be caused by a number of things. For light stains on washable fabrics, a simple laundry pre-treat is usually all that is needed to remove many stains.

 

Facts About Yorkshire Terriers

Facts About Yorkshire TerriersThe Yorkshire Terrier, nicknamed Yorkie, is a small breed of dog first developed in 19th century England to catch mice and rats in textile mills. Today, this popular companion dog is known for its luxurious blue and tan coat, and its bold, inquisitive personality.

 

Rhode Island Red: America's Classic Backyard Chicken

America's Classic Backyard ChickenThe Rhode Island Red is one of the most popular breeds among backyard hobbyists. Although they can also be raised and eaten for meat, these rust-feathered fowl have earned their popularity mostly due to their prolific egg laying ability, calm temperament, and their ability to adapt to nearly any environment.

 

Shamrocks: The St. Patrick's Day Plant

Shamrocks: The St. Patrick's Day PlantOne plant that gets a lot of attention this time of year is the Shamrock. Although its mysterious history dates back to ancient Ireland, a bit of botanical controversy still exists about which plant is actually the Irish national symbol.

 

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