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Home & Garden '96 Orchids: Take a Walk on the Wild Side by
Sylvia Farrer Bornarth
Exotic and prolific, orchids are surprisingly easy
The Wacky World of Herbs by Joan Merkel Smith
Investigate the folklore, culinary and medicinal properties of herbs.
The Freshness of Spring photos by Mary Livingston, Raju Alagawadi &
Cruising the Empire Herb Trail by Georgia Mullen
Public and private gardens cater to culinary, medicinal and fragrant properties
Get Into a Gully by Susan Beckhorn
the earthy ambience, but treat nature's secret garden with respect.
Good Compost by Susan Peterson
The rewards will be great if a little
planning is taken in creating good soil additives.
Open Door by Publisher Corrin Strong
Genesee Country drives the Information
Genesee Country Sketches: Vernal Voices by Scott
Hear the voices of spring sung by the American Woodcock, spring
peeper and grey tree frog.
History: Indian Allan, frontiersman,
peacemaker, lady's man by Donovan Shilling
Ebenezer Allan, one of the
Genesee Country's first settlers, was mad about matrimony
Streets: Rushville, the land between the lakes by Margaret Nichols & Louise
This tiny Ontario County hamlet is big on spirit
Rites of Spring by Kirk House
Ancient Seneca Indian and turn-of-the-century
customs rejoice that the earth shall bear again.
Just Folks: Marvin
Rapp by Christopher Jon Peterson
This author of Canal Water & Whiskey
took 70 years to compile his book on the Erie Canal.
Sake: Ralph Rubenstein, tinman by Michael Lasser
A tinsmith for 50
years, this Monroe County man is happiest with his hands on the metal.
Home Away from Home: The Belfast B&B by Cynthia Edney
into a wicker chair on the porch of this Allegany County inn and observe everyday
small town happenings.
Genesee Country Vignettes: The Chickadee
& Me by Susan Beckhorn
A winter-weary bird is nursed to health
and repays its savior with song
Views from the Genesee Country:
Remembering on the Land by Cindy Mindell-Wong
Our most tragic moments
are memorialized in gardens. The Vietnam, Korean War and AIDS memorial gardens.
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