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Plan Now for the Next Bad Fire Season

The NOAA outlook for winter isn't good news for our fire danger next year ... Full story

Endurance Through a Headwind

If you're cleaning up downed trees, give some thought to what yo replace them with ... Full story

Your Garden's Second Chance

If these long days of June rains have left some of your vegetables floating and wilting, don’t despair. Everyone deserves a second chance and July ... Full story

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Gardening tips from the experts ... Full story

Some Like it Hot!

Vegetables for hot weather - so Get Growing! ... Full story

It's Time for Hummingbirds

How you can attract these bright messengers of spring to your yard ... Full story

BEE a Friend

Make your home a pollination station with this info from Nancy to help you Get Growing! ... Full story

Cassin's Finch

The other rosefinch ... Full story

Growing Knowledge

What we don't know CAN hurt us! ... Full story

Garlic

Your last crop of the season may be your easiest ... Full story

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Dick Cvitanich

Dick Cvitanich

is the Superintendent of Schools for the Lake Pend Oreille School District. He has been an educator for 33 years, and became superintendent for LPOSD in 2006. He was educated at the University of Washington where he earned a BA in History and a Superintendent's Credential. He has been married to Diane for 32 years and they have raised three sons who "taught us as much as we taught them." "I have a passion for public education and the role it plays in our democracy. In my free time I read, ski ... come to think of it, I don't have that much free time."