But the opening of a buzzy new restaurant helmed by a Noma alumni that serves traditional indigenous foods, the Butternut Tree
and the 419,000 square foot Royal Alberta Museum will nudge the city into the spotlight next year, editors predict.
It's a term I just love, "the sacred ordinary"--it's the thing that Emily says at the end, you know, coffee and hot baths and Mama's butternut tree
An example of low-risk activities includes a landowner who wants to cut down an endangered butternut tree
Our bed is made from a cull butternut tree
that was cut for firewood, but the crooked, seven-foot butt log was saved for shop lumber.
As the public's belt-tightening began, homebuyers rapidly became more endangered than the Butternut tree
and the Bridled Nail-tailed Wallaby.
Burzenski said most of his works are done with wood from a 200-year-old butternut tree
on Chase Street that toppled during a snowstorm several years ago.
Each person who attends a workshop will get two apple trees they've grafted, as well as a walnut tree and a butternut tree
A similar fate befell another native New Yorker, the butternut tree
, now under attack from a canker that sucks the life from this hardwood, prized not only for its tasty nuts, but for its high quality wood used in cabinet making.
A different fungus thought to be introduced is also attacking the butternut tree
The 80-foot-tall butternut tree
with the stunning canopy that dominated the view at 465 E.
Logo: The icon incorporates the Butternut trees
that ensconce the community with Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired architecture.
Also, I've read that butternut trees
can be tapped.