NW Boomer and Senior News – February 2018: If parenting came with few road maps, becoming a grandparent comes with even less. It’s a rewarding and challenging stage of life.
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In Good Tilth – October 2016: If farmers want to increase their base of consumers who value local, fresh, organic food, it pays for them to cultivate more than just the plants and animals on their fields.
Concrete Decor Magazine – July 2018: Jon Kopp of Quality Epoxy in Gilbert, Arizona, got into metallic systems strictly by accident. Now, after 20 years in business he enjoys a rare success.
Eugene Magazine – Spring 2018: Though easily overlooked, the tech industry in Eugene has been here for quite some time, and it’s finally growing to the point when it can’t be ignored.
1859 Oregon’s Magazine – December 2017: For University of Oregon volcanologist Thomas Giachetti, studying volcanoes is his dream job—a dream he’s held since he was 12 years old and watched a documentary on volcanologists in his native France.
Northwest Travel & Life Magazine – Spring 2018: Main Streets. We love them. In smaller towns, that’s where the retail center historically was and where old-fashioned character remains.
1859 Oregon’s Magazine – July 2016: Yes, Eugene has everything, including a bit of an identity problem. Is it a college town or a town with a college?
Bill McChesney’s the oldest man in the world to run a sub-five-minute mile, running a 4.50 at the age of 59—a record he believes he still holds.
Most Oregonians know that Brookings, on the south coast, is much warmer than the rest of the state. But climatologists know of other “banana belt” areas and this article exposes them.
Pesticides exist and get used because of one simple reason: They work. About 1.2 billion pounds of pesticides are applied in the United States every year. Anyone leery of chemical pesticides should consider alternatives, such as natural homemade pest control.