Explore: Nature photographer: ‘If you like the photo, that’s all that matters’
Photographer Jane Ballard said it’s not always the big picture that makes for a great photograph — it’s the detail shots.
Andra Bryan Stefanoni, columnist: Guest offers hunting tips at dinner table
As overnight houseguests go, Chris Miller easily qualifies as the best.
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Explore: Disappearing farmers
Jerry Pfeiffer was thrilled when his 25-year-old son, Kelsey, announced plans to return to the family’s farm in Orlando.
Explore: New nook inspires family to get hooked on tying flies
It was only natural that after becoming anglers fond of casting for trout at Roaring River, our family take the next logical step: learning to tie flies on which to hook them.
Explore: Officials banking on program to protect prairie chicken, business interests
As a coyote howled in the distance, the rolling, scrubby plains in rural Harper County turned into what biologist Larry Wiemers could only describe as nature’s version of the biker bar.
Explore: Little tasks can build kids’ outdoor skills
When I mentioned to some friends that my husband and I were taking our sons and their buddies on an overnight camping trip at a state park last summer, they rolled their eyes and said with sarcasm, “Have fun.”
Explore; Preparation pays off when it comes to beginning spring gardening
On a warm, sunny spring day, it’s tempting to make purchases at a garden center, then hurry home to get them planted. Don’t. Not yet.
Explore: Nature connections spark recollections of life on farm
Growing up on a cattle farm in southeast Missouri, I didn’t have to worry about driving anywhere when I got the notion to explore nature.
Explore: Cross-country on a bicycle?
To a non-cyclist, the numbers add up to something intimidating, possibly Herculean.
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