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Healthy LIVING while aging! (2023-09)

September is healthy aging month and this edition discusses the different dimensions of wellness. Learn how to keep foods safe by following safe storage tips for National Food Safety Education Month, read about a great breakfast idea to celebrate Better Breakfast Month and try a Baked Flaked Chicken recipe.

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Gardening in Douglas County Nevada (2023-07)

The Master Gardener Volunteers of Douglas County provide horticulture information on gardens, landscapes, plants and other related topics. This newsletter of July 2023 is one of the many resources of information available to the public to help accomplish this mission.

Trees planted in an group and watered with drip irrigation separate from the lawn.

Watering Trees in Hot, Dry Home Landscapes

Droughts in the western U.S. are becoming more frequent and severe. They are particularly hard on our trees. Learn how to properly water your landscape trees, lower your monthly water bill and keep you home and landscape cool and livable.

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