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Autumn mulching will protect soil and prevent spring weed infestations
Discourage uninvited animal guests from making themselves too cozy.
Tired of bolting spinach? Plant while soil is cool.
Plant spinach when soil is cool, then other heat-tolerant greens in the summer.
OSU Extension offers guidelines for freezing garden produce
Freezing is one of the simplest and least time consuming methods of preservation.
The biology behind autumn colors
Autumn leaves are the grand finale of the growing season. What creates all that color?
Bidding farewell to the dreaded bindweed
Be prepared to pull out or plow up all your field bindweed for at least three years if you want to avoid using herbicides.
Moles drive gardeners crazy but do good too
Moles play a beneficial role in the environment, but they also drive gardeners crazy.
Do a good deed and do not feed the wildlife in your yard
Feeding wild animals interferes with their ability to provide for themselves.
How to make your garden more bird-friendly
How to make your garden more bird-friendly.
How to help Oregon's native western gray squirrel
Here’s some advice from the OSU Extension Wildlife Stewardship Program about how to maintain and create habitat for declining populations of native western gray squirrels.
Going native in the garden is earth-friendly
Native plants help wildlife and protect natural resources.