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Garden '95 Welcome to Mingle Nest by Georgia Mullen
award winning Livingston County gardener weaves diverse plants and settings.
Scented Geraniums by Cynthia Edney
A multitude of scents-from
fruit to musk.
Preserving the Colonial American Tradition
by Charles Girard
Dansville's Charles Riordan, 85, builds furniture by
hand, one piece at a time.
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity by
Creating a safe living space when everything around you
makes you sick.
Cabin Fever by Susan Beckhorn
cabin homes are spring up all over the Genesee Country.
of the EnvironmentLet Us Put Our Minds Together as One by
Chief Irving Powless Jr., Onondaga Nation
Respect all entities on Mother
Earth and ensure that they exist tomorrow.
Earth: On the Defensive
by Corrin Strong
Fire: The Search for Self-sufficiency by
Cynthia and Dave Edney
Splendors photos and text by Ray Minnick
We must come to nature as lovers
Water: Taking our wet riches
for granted by Susan Peterson.
Air: It's not all that we breathe
The Thin Green Line by Dick Thomas, NYS environmental
Conservation officers are the front line of defense
against air, water and wildlife crimes.
Open Door by Publisher Corrin Strong
Of earth, fire, water & air
Genesee Country Sketches: The Passage of Hawks by Scott Adamson
The naturalist views soaring and nesting hawks at Lake Ontario's Braddock Bay
History: Salt Mining-The Wonder That Was Retsof by Ruth Rosenberg-Naparsteck
Salt has been a part of the Genesee Country for 200 million years.
Main Streets: Bath by Dave Edney
Charles Williamson had great
plans for his frontier capital.
Home Away from Home: Avon's Charlton
B&B by Bill Steinhardt
Situated in a park-like setting, this 30-room
mansion was once the home of a Rochester carriage builder.
Folks: Lila Bluestone-Go Gently on the Earth by Georgia Mullen
component in the web of life, humans must accept that plants, animals and people
Destinations: The Windmill Farm Market
by Jan Surasky
Yates County Goes to Market
For Arts' Sake:
Tale of Two Potters by Michael Lasser
Views from the Genesee Country:
The web of life must not by unraveled by Lila Bluestone
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