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Trees of Arkansas Is Now User-Friendly with Full Color Pictures

The tried and true handbook of the Arkansas Forestry Commission, Dwight Moore’s Trees of Arkansas, has been reissued (2014) in a smart, new, user-friendly, and full-color edition. Moore’s book dates back to 1950, when the author revised Lewis M. Turner’s … Continue reading

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Transformation: Lawn to Meadow

If you have just finished mowing your lawn for what seems like the 800th time and are thinking there must be a better way, I have news for you.  There is a better way.   Check out the book Urban and … Continue reading

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