Lily Hegglun

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University of Missouri Teacher Who Sought 'Muscle' to Block Journalist Apologizes

The University of Missouri assistant professor roundly criticized for trying to block a journalist from filming an encampment during protests on campus Monday has apologized.<p>"I have reached out to the journalists involved to offer my sincere apologies and to express regret over my actions," Melissa …

Justice

How America’s Most Useless Crop Also Became Its Most Commonly Grown One

Contrary to what you may think (and what your food labels may suggest) corn is not the most grown crop in America. The most grown crop is something …

Lawn Mowing

How to Water Your Lawn Efficiently

Spring is upon us, and with a little know-how, you can water your lawn more smarter this year. Tutorial site wikiHow offers strategies to reduce your …

Christmas 2016 with the RHS / RHS Gardening

<b>Note:</b> This page contains outdated information. For up-to-date event information, visit the What's On page.<p>Whether you want to pick up unique …

Growing Mulch For a Farm

You don't want to be applying hundreds of thousands of grass seeds at the base of tree crops. Grasses can be considered the arch enemy of young …

After the Hurricane: The Resurrection of a Wild Garden in Maine

Built on Maine’s Mount Desert Island in 1916, three years before Acadia was established as the oldest national park east of the Mississippi, a …

Ask Alys | Page 4 of 12 | Lifeandstyle | The Guardian

The Ask Alys series ceased at the end of June 2017. Visit the RHS Advice website, which is a good resource for gardening queries: https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/advice-search.<p>How to tame the suckers from stag’s horn sumach trees<p>Published: 1:00 AM<p>‘We want to plant a tree in a large pot to mark the …

Gardening

Lily’s Victory Garden (Tales of Young Americans) | Food And Farming

<b>Story Views</b><p>By Helen L. Wilbur (Author), Robert Gantt Steele (Illustrator)<br>Sleeping Bear Press<br>February 17, 2010<p>When Lily learns about a lottery for …

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FRUIT AND VEGETABLES<p>Vegetables<p>Exclusive new vegetable trio<p>Mandy Watson - January 9, 2018<p>Johnsons kale, pea and pepper seeds Put some colour into your …

Smart Indoor Vegetable Garden

Growing your own organic veggies when you live in an apartment is merely a dream for many, and one that is difficult to realize even if you have a …

Aquaponics

Mediterranean Eden: The greening of Monaco

The most striking thing when you arrive in Monaco is the density of the urban landscape. And yet, if you look closely, on the roofs, between the buildings, greenery is everywhere. Not to mention the gardens, some of which are world-renowned.<p>That’s certainly true of the Princess Grace Rose Garden, …

All About Architecture and Beautiful Buildings

Unless you live way out in the country, the art of architecture can be found everywhere. From big cities to small suburbs, beautiful buildings and modern marvels have become an intrinsic part of contemporary life.<p>But for architects—you know, the people responsible for making buildings come …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of September 14, 2015)

Read our top picks from this week’s Daily Edition, including the top takeaways from the second Republican presidential debate, new details about the search for Bowe Bergdahl and how space impacts the mind and body.<p><b>1.</b> 6 takeaways from the Republican presidential debate – CNN, Stephen Collinson<p><b>Top</b> …

Spotlight: Design Scientist Melissa Sterry

<b>My name is</b> Melissa Sterry. I’m a design scientist and I spend my days exploring how new science, technology and thinking could help build a better world for us all.<p><b>I started using Flipboard as</b> a means to quickly and efficiently find interesting science and technology stories from about the world. …

A Flipboard Ode to Coffee

Today, on International Coffee Day, we pay our respects to our dear friend and comforter, the bean-roasted beverage, <i>coffea arabica</i>. All hail the nectar of the gods in all its wonderful varieties. From the smokey roasts of Ethiopia’s Yirgacheffe region with subtle top notes of grass and butter, to …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of September 28, 2015)

Nine people were fatally shot this week at a community college in Oregon, by the now-deceased gunman. Russia launched airstrikes in Syria. Kunduz, Afghanistan fell to the Taliban. According to new research, water is apparently flowing on Mars. An eventful United Nations General Assembly took place …

The Week in Review: Mars Water Discovery & Sci-Fi Epic The Martian

It sounds like the script of a sci-fi movie, sending robots to find aliens; but this week those cinematic ideas are beginning to become reality. The discovery of water on Mars made headlines around the world. Though many are quick point out it doesn’t guarantee human-like lifeform, it still offers …

Spotlight: Artist With a Day Job Rebecca Wise Girson

<b>My name is</b> Rebecca Wise Girson and I am the Creator-in-Chief at Artist With a Day Job and the founder of Wise Workforce Strategies. In addition to painting and occasional songwriting, I help call center businesses better manage and optimize their workforce resource.<p><b>My love</b> of painting began, …

On the Red Couch with Lonely Planet Travel Writers

<i>Being a travel writer sounds mighty glamorous: basically you’re paid to live abroad, enjoy new cultures and document all your exotic experiences, right? The short answer is “sort of”; the long answer is a little more complicated.</i><p><i>For perspective, we asked professional travel writers from Lonely</i> …

Publisher Spotlight: The Washington Post

<b># of Flipboard Magazines</b>: 19<p><b># of Articles Flipped</b>: 1,778<p><b>Most Read Magazine</b>: “Contenders Revealed: Hillary Clinton”<p><b>Most Liked Articles</b>: “What Jeb Bush meant when he said the U.S. ‘should not have a multicultural society,'” “Trump plan calls for nationwide concealed carry and an end to gun bans,” “A …

Stay Tuned: What’s Coming Up in 2016 Election Central

Donald Trump is slipping in the polls, Sen. Bernie Sanders continues to draw record crowds and significant money, and a question mark hangs over whether Vice President Joe Biden will enter the 2016 White House race. Those are just some of the biggest storylines ahead of the two presidential debates …

#TreatYoSelf with Flipboard

<i>Back in 2011, Tom Haverford and Donna introduced the world to #TreatYoSelf on Parks and Recreation. Discover ways to treat your darn self on Flipboard (because you deserve it).</i><p><b>Clothes: Whether you fancy suits or cocktails dresses, we’ve got you covered. We’ll show you how to tie that scarf for</b> …

On the Red Couch with Product Hunt Founder Ryan Hoover

<i>Whether you believe in the wisdom of crowds, the power of consensus can’t be ignored. It helps explain the popularity of crowdsourced review sites like Yelp or Reddit: we want to know what others are thinking, and how our own thoughts and experiences compare.</i><p><i>That’s partially the thinking behind</i> …

Flipboard SEO: 5 Tips to Boost Your Followers

Everyone wants more followers. A common question we receive is, “How can I get more people to see my Flipboard Magazines?” In truth, there’s no one answer—there’s many. And one of them involves ensuring that people see your magazines on search engines, in a practice referred to as “SEO,” or “search …

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of October 19, 2015)

The week ended with Hurricane Patricia making landfall. While the destruction is being assessed, you can follow the Hurricanes topic for the latest. Below are some of the other biggest stories of the week that appeared in The Daily Edition, including Vice President Joe Biden‘s decision not to run …

On the Red Couch with UNICEF U.S. CEO & President Caryl Stern

<i>Caryl Stern has spent nearly 30 years advocating for children around the world, currently as head of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. As the daughter of a Holocaust survivor, she and her brother were raised to “be anything we wanted to be.” That is the message she brought to her own family and takes to</i> …

5 Topics for Republican Debate No. 4

Since the Republican presidential candidates last gathered on stage, much of the 2016 election oxygen has centered around the format and moderators of the debates. Frustration over the last CNBC debate, in particular, caused vocal criticism from the Republican National Committee and pushed many of …