March 17, 2023

City of Prescott

Free City of Prescott Residential Brush Drop Off: April 2023

The first defense against a wildfire is to create and maintain a defensible space around your home. Removing excess brush and vegetation debris around your home and structures can slow the rate and intensity of an advancing wildfire. To promote these efforts, the City of Prescott is offering a free brush and vegetation debris drop

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Are Fruit Trees a Good Investment? – Ken Lain

You used to need a lot of land to grow fruit trees. Dwarf and semi-dwarf fruit trees have allowed growing them in just about any yard. Most standard-sized fruit trees mature at a height and width of between 18-25 ft. Not only will this require a big chunk of your yard, but it also makes


Opinion: Administration Doubles Down on Failed Approach to Homelessness – Inside Sources

In a largely symbolic resolution sponsored by Rep. Maria Salazar, R-Fla., in January, a bipartisan majority of the House voted to repudiate “socialism in all its forms.” The resolution highlights the history of starvation, genocide and devastation caused by socialist leaders and their policies — and the 328 lawmakers who voted in favor of it are now