Vol. 10 Nbr. 6, July 2009
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- Tents, trails, terraces and terrain.
- Saving the places you love: Valerie True shares how local land trusts are working to protect our area's natural surroundings and what you can do to help.
- Trail time: spending your days out on a trail can help you better connect to nature and to yourself, local trail expels tell NLJ's Maggie Cramer.
- Outdoor rooms: a connection to nature and place: Daryl S. Rantis looks back at the history and ahead to the resurgence of porches and patios.
- It's only natural ... to let nature guide your outdoor space--whether a large backyard or a small patio--says Dena Shelley.
- Spiraling upward with Gyrokinesis and Gyrotonic: Jennifer Gianni explains what these new words mean and what they can do for you.
- Medicinal herbs in your backyard: see the setting outside your door differently with Rachel Nowakowski.
- Trail-friendly foods: Dr. Pavka offers up easy and nutritious solutions to the challenges of eating on a hike.
- Tomato talk: see red--and yellow and orange--with Ruth Gonzalez.
- Sustainable urbanism in practice: a peek at Copenhagen, Denmark: travel overseas for a close-up look at this green urban environment with Mike Figura.
- A serious and sustainable sunscreen: Mary Anne Bennick succeeds on her hunt for a skin- and planet-friendly sunblock.
- Tiny teacup garden: Joti Marra helps you connect to nature with this decorative and useful mini-garden.
- Shade from the summer sun: Bill Melton talks arbors so you can beat the heat.
- A delicious fungus among us: Georgia Smith shares a seasonal shiitake recipe.
- 2009 Local Food Guide on stands.
- ATC awarded wilderness stewardship grant.
- Plant savers at work.
- Craft markets band together.
- UNCA announces grant for Health and Wellness Center.
- Leah Greden Mathews: regional researcher.