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Fall 2010 Out Here Magazine

An Investment You Can Hug

 

When Bart and Rhonda Lineberger were deciding what kind of livestock to raise on their Illinois farm, they had much to mull over. For starters, their teen-aged daughter, Kyra, is a vegetarian, so they didn't want animals that had to be slaughtered to make a profit. They also both work full time, so their stock would have to be relatively easy to maintain. And it would have to eventually turn a profit.

 

The couple found their answer during a visit to the Calgary Stampede, the world's largest rodeo held every year in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. A display of alpaca, which is native to South America and primarily found in Peru, Bolivia, and Chile, caught their eye.

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Featured Articles from the Fall 2010 Issue

Save on School Clothes

 

If you like treasure hunting, are patient, and delight in finding high-end brands for pennies on the dollar, thrifting is your ticket. It is, however, a quirky breed of buying and one that requires a special resolve, flexibility, and creativity, plus plenty of time.

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Life In The Slow Lane

 

When NASCAR driver Ryan Newman isn't speeding down the racetrack, there's a good chance he's guiding a bush hog or puttering on one of his vintage tractors at his North Carolina farm.

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Organize a Seed Swap

 

A seed swap is an effective way to help your neighbors get free seeds for their garden, connect with other gardeners, and increase the food security and genetic diversity of your bioregion.

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Recipes

 

Add flavorful new dishes to your dinner table with these tasty recipes submitted by Out Here readers.

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