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Home, Sweet Green Home

by Carrie Madren
If you are a green-conscious home improver, you’ll want to beautify your home as well as keep your living space healthy. The good news: Nowadays you can buy green products to accomplish both goals. The bad news: The bounty of choices can confound a green homeowner. Knowing how to go green in home projects is new to many of us, so Bay Weekly caught up with local experts and homeowners to help navigate through three common home improvements — in varying shades of green.
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Dr. Gouin’s Bay Gardener Primer
A month-by-month guide to keeping your yard and garden growing strong. continue reading...

Home & Garden Business Reviews
Your guide to the products and services of Bay Weekly’s Home and Garden advertisers. continue reading...

What You Can Do to Improve Your Home Environment
Green coach Sandy Neville talks with Margaret Tearman about ways to make the connection between health, the environment and the way buildings are built and maintained in this Bay Weekly conversation. continue reading...

In with the Old
Home improvement usually means out with the old and in with the new. But sometimes the new can be old. Before you toss your old stuff into the landfill and head to the local big box store to buy new replacements, consider two alternatives.
by Margaret Tearman
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Way Downstream
Bits and bytes from the broader Chesapeake world.

What's Inside:

Bill Burton
I’d rather be fishing: With April 19 coming, these are taxing days for me.

The Bay Gardener
by Dr. Frank Gouin
Gardening season is here: There’s plenty to do; here’s where to start.

Sporting Life
by Dennis Doyle
Fly-fishing ecstasy: Catching hickory shad is pure sport, even if you’ve got to put them all back.

Sky Watch
by J. Alex Knoll
Tracking the new moon: You may not see it, but a lot of people rely on it just the same.


Letters to the Editor

Your Surefire Guide To Buying Smart and Local

Bay Reflection
by Margaret Tearman
Confessions of a handyman’s wife: How I learned to live in a construction zone.

Earth Talk
Plant a backyard wildlife habitat: How to green up your landscaping on a budget.

© Material Entertainment
Simon Pegg, left, stars in the comedy Run, Fat Boy, Run.

Movie Reviews
Parker on Run Fat Boy Run: This one’s a marathon of mediocrity.

News of the Weird
by Chuck Shepherd

Free Will Astrology
by Rob Brezsny

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