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Vibrantly-colored Leaves Are Falling

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala.—Now that fall has arrived in Alabama, temperatures are dropping and leaves are changing colors. Vibrant red, sunny yellow and bright orange leaves are falling. The colors should peak in early or mid-November, depen…

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Water Wheels

Water Wheels: Outdoor Water Conservation Laboratory
The Home Grounds Water Wheels: Outdoor Water Conservation Laboratory is a 36-foot mobile water conservation laboratory. This mobile lab is available to travel all over Alabama bringing c…

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Urban Green

Urban Green
The Home Grounds Urban Green component introduces sustainable landscaping management practices, including green space development, by revitalizing downtown areas and improving the utilization of urban spaces for community aest…

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Junior Master Gardener

The Alabama Junior Master Gardener program is committed to helping young people become gardeners and contributing citizens. The curriculum provides a hands-on approach to learning horticulture, environmental science, leadership, and life s…

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Social-Emotional Competence Begins At Home

 

Family life brings many joys and, for parents, many responsibilities. Whether it’s preparing children to learn and do well in school or teaching them how to treat others with respect, parents are the first and most important tea…

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4-H Yoga

Practicing yoga can help improve flexibility, strengthen muscles and improve balance as well as help youth develop life-long healthy habits that we hope will be sustained long-term. Yoga is noncompetitive and individually focused with no pe…

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Bobwhite Quail Management

The Bobwhite quail was once the most popular game bird in the South. When most agricultural crops were grown in small patches, quail thrived throughout the state. High densities of bobwhites, largely a by-product of land-use pattern…

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Ticks & Tick-borne Illnesses in Alabama

What is a tick, why do ticks bite, and why does it matter?

Ticks are very small external parasites that feed by sucking blood from animals (hosts), including mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians. Most ticks go throu…

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