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Artistic Options for Gourds Expand Far Beyond Birdhouses

From 3D carving to creating musical instruments, gourds can be used for plenty of artistic endeavors, according Claudia Hill.  Read more

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Discerning God's Answer to Prayer

Will God answer your prayers? The answer is yes. Always. However, it may not be the answer you were expecting.  Read more

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Antique toolbox: Can you guess what this vintage tool from Landis Valley was used for?

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Do you know what this mystery tool, also from the collection of the Landis Valley Village and Farm Museum, was used for? Read more

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Stirring Scrapple, Preserving a Black Farming Community

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Scrapple and San Domingo, which originated as a free Black community established in 1820, were the focus of the day during a recent farm tour in Maryland.  Read more

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Wildlife Groups Urge Farmers to Get USDA Habitat Funds

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Farmers can get plenty of money and assistance to expand wildlife habitat on their land, but conservation leaders say too few farmers seem to be interested. Read more

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Before 'Black Friday' Was a Holiday

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Columnist Joyce Bupp is thankful for many things this year, and crowded shopping is not one of them. Read more

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Despite Tragic Fire, Barakah Farm Continues to Heal, Adapt and Plan for the Future

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After a devastating fire destroyed their barn and resulted in the loss of three horses, the team at Barakah Farm is focusing on a future in agritourism and Arabian horses. Read more

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Lancaster Farming Gift Guide: Eight Unique Ag-Themed Gifts

The Lancaster Farming staffers have curated a holiday gift guide, with recommendations on what we are coveting for the holiday gifts for friends, loved ones and ourselves.  Read more

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Small Antique Painted Wood Boxes Can Have Big Prices

These humble antique wood boxes made in 18th-century America may seem simple and quaint, but they can be surprisingly valuable.  Read more

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Exploring the Inglenook Cook Book's Holiday Recipes

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Columnist Sue Bowman explores a historic cookbook and its Thanksgiving recipe suggestions Read more