The adage that "hindsight is 2020" is usually pretty apropos; but, looking back, how about changing it to "let's put 2020 in hindsight" and say g'bye to a weird year?
For at least 10 years, I've been actively wondering what direction our landscape and gardening practices are headed. Being a horticulturist with the Mississippi State University Extension Service, I've had the opportunity to ask this question of gardeners and nongardeners alike, as well as commercial horticulture growers.
Let's just say we'll worry about resolutions on New Year's Day. For New Year's Eve, let's eat, drink and be merry -- within our immediate family pod, of course.
Starting fresh with a new year is a chance to hit the reset button for many people, and your family can use this opportunity to rethink homemade meals while striving for nutritious (and still delicious) dishes.
A new year brings with it new opportunities to better yourself in all kinds of ways, including your health.
Oh, 2020, what a year you've been. We are relieved to see your days numbered and welcome the promise of 2021.
One way to start off 2021 would be to resolve to take advantage of free Quick Bites video programs offered monthly by the Mississippi State University Extension Service.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System (CLPLS) will host its first Winter Reading Challenge via its Beanstack reading platform, to be held from Jan. 1, 2021 to March 1, 2021.
United Way of North Central Mississippi has been awarded federal funds made available through the department of Homeland Security (DHS /Federal Emergency Management Agency under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board Program).