• woman standing next to barn quilt

    On the barn quilt trail

    By Rick McNary on March 28, 2016

    Chris Campbell is a professional quilt-maker because she loves a good story. In 2010, she combined quilt making and storytelling to start the Franklin County Quilt Block Tour, the first of its kind...

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  • pig in pasture

    Why You Should Buy Our Antibiotic-Free, Pastured Pork

    By Valerie Visser on March 25, 2016

    This post was originally posted at Valerie's blog and can be found here. She graciously let us share it on Kansas Living online for you to enjoy.  Last November, my husband and I dove headfirst...

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  • paper pieced mason jar art

    Paper pieced art

    By Ariean Krieger on March 22, 2016

    Hello friends! It's Ariean from One Krieger Chick here to share a fun craft you (or your kids) could create to add some colorful spring decor to your home. I love mason jars, spring decorating and...

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  • farmer standing in field

    Waiting for the land to waken

    By Scott Stebner on March 16, 2016

    As the blanket of winter retreats and releases its icy grip on the hibernating land, a Kansas farmer walks the fields waiting for his land to awaken. There’s anticipation everywhere. It saturates...

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  • Roast leg of lamb

    Easter Dinner

    By Chef Alli on March 16, 2016

    It is high season for lamb and Easter dinner is a great time to showcase one. It may seem intimidating, but don’t be fooled--leg of lamb is one of the easiest cuts of meat to cook. Since it’s a large...

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  • farmer with horse

    A rancher is...

    By Scott Stebner on March 3, 2016

    A rancher is more than the open range. Being a rancher is more than a horse, saddles, ropes and jeans. Ranching is his passion for being in the pasture despite a relentless sun beating down on him...

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