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    Thanksgiving with the Family - Tips for Survival

    Thanksgiving with the Family - Tips for Survival

    It's that time of year when family members travel from far and wide to gather, give thanks and eat a large meal together. Thanksgiving can be a wonderful time filled with traditions, famous family recipes and catching up with each other's lives. However, some view Thanksgiving with concern about how everyone will get along.

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    Six Tips for Safe Turkey Preparation

    Six Tips for Safe Turkey Preparation

    Because of the number of turkeys prepared this time of year, food-borne illness increases during the holidays. If not prepared properly, turkey and all poultry can carry Salmonella, a common type of bacteria that can cause food-borne illness. Consider these tips for preparing a safe and tasty turkey this year.

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    Water Quality Task Force Requests Help from Small Acreage Owners

    Water Quality Task Force Requests Help from Small Acreage Owners

    Utah Water Quality Task Force, a coalition of agencies, non-profit organizations and other experts, released a survey this week aimed at small acreage operations. Task force members request that those who own or manage a small acreage farm complete the survey to assess landowners' current practices and knowledge with respect to water quality. Feedback from the survey will be used to tailor a statewide education campaign in the spring aimed at reducing nonpoint source pollution. This pollution travels via rainfall and runoff from farms and other properties to rivers, lakes and streams.

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    Fall Yard Projects and Pruning Pointers

    Fall Yard Projects and Pruning Pointers

    After all the planting, mowing, weeding and harvesting, many gardeners are looking forward to a winter reprieve. But before giving up, it's important to finish the season strong by properly preparing your yard and garden for a long winter's nap. Consider these tips.

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