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April/May 2018 Features 36 | The Women of Chatham Meet 10 remarkable women shaping our county 48 | Get Growing Student-run greenhouses teach plantingStudent-run greenhouses teach planting and life skills 58 | Garden Q&A Three garden pros answer questionsThree garden pros answer questionsfor spring 62 | Four Great Rooms Get inspired by these one-of-a-kind spaces …

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The first Chatham Magazine Women’s Issue

The first Chatham Magazine Women’s Issue They teach us to dance and they lift our spirits. They’re playing with the boys and rocking out with the girls. They make the laws and keep us safe. Ten remarkable women who call Chatham home.   Photography by Briana Brough   Tami Schwerin the community builder – pictured above You get …

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Get Growing

Get Growing Student-run spring plant sale provides a temporary garden center for Bear Creek   By Holly West | Photography by Hillary graves   One chilly afternoon in mid-February, classmates Andrew Hicks and Dylan Lee were transferring sprouts of budding herbs, flowers and other plants from small trays, called cell packs, into larger pots. The …

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Governors Club

Living in Governors Club One of our original planned communities evolves as new families arrive   By matt white   On a recent Wednesday night, Trey and RamonaLisa Robertson and their daughter Emily, 10, arrived at the front door of the Governors Club main clubhouse for what’s become a weekly routine: Governors Club kids night. Governors Club, …

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FIRST PERSON: ‘I try to keep the poultry off the swingset’

‘I try to keep the poultry off the swingset’ Mackenzie Withington, owner of Lilly Den Farm and manager of the Pittsboro Farmers Market, talks homesteading, homeschooling and how she does it all     From Big City to 10 Acres “I’m actually from New York City. When I met [husband and New York dairy farmer] …

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