Outdoors and Gardening

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The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) is committed to staying connected with its customers and continuing to provide exceptional servic… Read more

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PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Department is committed to staying connected with its customers and providing exceptional service, while p… Read more

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I was going to save this subject for an article at a later date but based on our unsettling circumstances swirling around the world, I felt it… Read more

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Ecotones (merging habitats) such as meadows in the middle of forests, rivers flowing through deserts, and lakes appearing in the middle of gra… Read more

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PHOENIX — In response to current CDC recommendations about large community events, the Arizona Game and Fish Department 2020 Outdoor Expo has … Read more

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It’s March, when some days feel like spring until the wind brings another cold front of frozen mix and snow. The good news: the snow melts qui… Read more

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One day last fall I had reached a stalemate with a nature movie I was creating. Those of us who are writers, artists, poets, or filmmakers att… Read more

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White Mountain Community Garden was established in June, 2010 when a small group of master gardeners and regular gardeners, who belonged to a … Read more

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A couple of weeks ago, I woke up in the middle of the night and came out of a heavy dream which left me very confused about what was real and … Read more

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I moved to Lakeside eight years ago and one of the attractions for buying my home was a small, gated garden. What a boon! I could grow vegetab… Read more

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Before the back roads to the high country closed this year because of snow, I made one more trip out to find bighorn sheep in the rutting seas… Read more

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Readers may remember the article I wrote last August about Bernie, our winter-visiting bald eagle, who almost didn’t make it back to the Rim Country for his annual winter stay. Read more

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Throughout the years, I have written about many of our species of wildlife who live here in the White Mountains. I have also noted that many i… Read more

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We tromp through the Christmas snow, me and Loki – still working out the relationship. He is in Malamute heaven – having spent the night sleep… Read more

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On Page B2 of the Outdoor page titled “Are you ready for 2020 gardening” in the Friday, Dec. 13, edition of the White Mountain Independent the… Read more

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Mother Earth consists of life forms at work around the clock for the benefit of us all. We seldom think about how every life, and every little… Read more

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The holidays are here, and for many parents, it’s all about managing their kids’ expectations. They think they need to give their kids the big… Read more

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It’s December already and I can’t believe how fast the year has gone. The days are shorter as Persephone Days slides into the gardener’s life.… Read more