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As the winter holiday season arrives, many people travel to visit family and friends, give gifts and prepare traditional foods. But the many special occasions can place a strain on budgets.
Breads and cakes baked in glass jars and then sealed with canning lids are not safe to eat.
It's called by a variety of names around the United States: stuffing, filling and dressing. No matter the name, though, it is a favorite for Thanksgiving and through the holiday season.
Bird mites would top a list of regularly misunderstood pests.
Despite their valuable roles in the ecosystem, wasps have a scary reputation among many people for their stinging ability.
There is a limit to any tree's tolerance, and they can exhibit signs of decline in response to consecutive years of stresses.
Summer is a great time to explore Wisconsin's abundant outdoors, but camping, biking or hiking can lead to encounters with poisonous plants that cause skin irritation and injuries when touched.
Rain is a welcome treat for many plants, but too much can cause plenty of problems in the garden.
A dog's innocent curiosity and insatiable appetite can lead to trouble, particularly in outdoor settings if they happen to chew or ingest any parts of a plant that can be dangerous.
There are many steps an individual can take in backyards and around communities that can help revive pollinating insect populations, including conservation and promotion of healthy habitats.