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Opinion/Letter: Garden Club aids Jefferson research

All of us at Thomas Jefferson's Poplar Forest want to thank The Daily Progress for sharing the good news about the restoration of Thomas Jefferson’s carriage turnaround in the recent story ... read more

Letter: Garden project sparks questions on growth

As a property owner in the increasingly expensive Garden District's "ugly stepsister" in the Biltmore-Cumberland District — just look at our public shrubs and traffic islands for proof of that pudding ... read more

Reader Letter: Garden ‘village’ will be final nail in county’s coffin

Can I make an appeal through your paper for everyone who has any interest in Norfolk as a rural, quiet and lovely county to make a response to the Greater Norwich Local Plan (go to www.gnlp.org.uk)? ... read more

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LETTER: Garden project springs to life

Back in June I applied on behalf of Black Horse allotment association, along with the local infant and junior school, for funding from the Big Lottery fund to alter the use of an overgrown allotment ... read more


LETTER: Garden program helping seniors 'age well'

I know many who may dispute that in favor of Bette Davis’, “Getting old ain’t for sissies.” As someone who has made a career of working with seniors, I can tell you both Groucho and Bette nailed it. ... read more

Letter | Garden columnist agrees with thoughtful reader

A thoughtful reader added to my recent On Gardening column by pointing out that poisoning rats and gophers could also poison birds and mammals that might eat poisoned pests. I agree. That’s another ... read more

LETTER: Garden suite study a waste of resources

The Local Area Plan review is underway starting with Cordova Bay and Cadboro Bay, with the remaining 10 communities to follow. I recently learned that a new study has been commenced with regards to ... read more

Reader Letter: Garden town could rip the heart out of Norfolk

The suggested new Garden Town in Mid Norfolk has come as a great surprise to CPRE Norfolk and no doubt many residents across Norfolk, due to the fact that housing targets are already met by the ... read more

LETTER: Garden of Eden desecrated, defiled

The majority of whale oil consumed in Europe in the late sixteenth century was from whales slain in Canada; specifically the Sea of Whales; today, the Gulf of St. Lawrence. This history is detailed in ... read more

Letter: Garden for Diana

Sir: If the principle of a garden to commemorate Diana, Princess of Wales, at Kensington Palace is agreed upon (report, 30 December), we should all be spared a design that emerges from behind closed ... read more

LETTER: Garden suites study is not good enough

Saanich council has recently moved forward with a study on garden suites. I'm thrilled with this initiative as garden suites will provide more needed affordable rental accommodation. Saanich council ... read more



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