Monthly Archives: March 2015

Easter Bunny and Chesapeake Bay Waterman Haul in a Catch

It’s too early for fishing and crabbing here on the eastern shore of Maryland. But our readers span the country and are eager to work outdoors in their yard and garden. Maybe it’s because many of us across the country … Continue reading

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Grass Growing Advice from Grass Seed USA

To create a lush green landscape keep your grass healthy and in tip top shape with these helpful hints from the experts at Grass Seed USA, a coalition of American grass seed farmers. These are 3 easy peasy takeaways any … Continue reading

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Facelift for an Unfinished Fence

A build up of dirt and mildew on fence posts and planking is an invitation to rot. The least expensive and easiest step to extend the life of a fence it to keep it clean. Wash away dirt and mildew … Continue reading

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Popular DIY Projects in Early March

We track the interest level in project job costs using analytics and this past week there’s an interesting mix. The job cost to convert a bathtub to a shower using a specialty receptor tops the list. It’s a perennial favorite … Continue reading

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March Homeowner’s Checklist

Replace filters or wash permanent ones in heating system Flush vinegar through clothes washer to remove soap scum Unclutter clothes closet Clean out refrigerator Clean and organize bathroom cabinet, drawers and closet Check batteries in emergency flashlights Lubricate, test and … Continue reading

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