Spring is here and so is the April, 2023 SKI newsletter! Read about how highways changed the American way of life, Mulch--more than just a pretty face, April SKI Tips and much more...
Americans eat about 1.5 million Peeps during Easter.
Dwarf marigolds planted among the vegetables will add a decorative touch while helping to keep insects away.
Spring snowstorms, late cold weather or long spring rains can present hardships for birds. Providing food in the spring will help birds survive the seasonal change and give them the added nourishment and energy required for the mating and nesting season.
Start seeds of warm season plants, including tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, marigolds, zinnias and petunias for transplanting later in the garden.
The first Oreo cookies were sold in 1912 at a store in Hoboken, NJ.
A metal shoehorn can be used in the garden as a miniature trowel.
Potassium is a mineral that’s essential to your well-being. Having enough potassium helps your cells maintain a normal level of fluid, promotes healthy blood pressure, and supports muscle contraction.
Easter lilies first originated in Japan and arrived in England in the late 18th century. The United States only caught onto the trend after World War I.
On April 14, 1912, the famous Titanic ship hit an iceberg and sank on her first and only voyage.
Did you know? The sound of doors opening and closing on Star Trek is a flushing toilet.
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