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Mark your calendars for the ninth annual Healthy Living Fair coming June 20
The ninth annual Healthy Living Fair -- a celebration of local and natural foods, health and fitness, community groups and environmental stewardship -- will take place Saturday, June 20, next to the Freight House, 421 W. River Drive, Davenport.

The fair, which is presented by Radish magazine, will be open from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The nearby Freight House Farmers' Market will be open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Admission is free.

In addition to fitness demonstrations on stage in the morning and live music in the afternoon, the one-day fair also will feature a marketplace where visitors can shop for and experience the healthy goods, resources and services featured in Radish. More than 70 exhibitors will present healthy foods; alternative energy products; environmentally friendly products and produce; outdoor recreation opportunities; and holistic, alternative and integrative medicine.

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Prairie STRIPS: Program shows a little prairie packs a lot of power
An innovative Iowa State University program is finding ways to bring back some of Iowa's native prairie grasses and put them to work protecting farmland and waterways. The results so far have been impressive in showing a wide array of benefits, to farmers as well as the environment, including less topsoil erosion, cleaner water and enhanced biodiversity, including an increase in helpful pollinating insects and birds.

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Make it to market: Trips to area farmers' market reward on many levels
As a youngster, I didn't fully appreciate the Cedar Rapids Roundhouse, home to a thriving market where my mom would buy seedlings and other items to which I paid little attention back then. Homegrown fruits, vegetables and other local foods were mainstays at our house, whether they were ripe berries picked from our backyard or meat and produce from my grandparents' farm near Chelsea, home to some of the most fertile land in Iowa.

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Pollinator power: These small but mighty garden helpers need our care
The folks at the Wapsi River Environmental Education Center in Dixon, Iowa, have long been good stewards of the planet, working to preserve forests, grasslands, wetlands and the wildlife there while also offering outdoor recreation and education for the community.

Now, the center officially has pledged to protect pollinators like bees and butterflies as part of the Xerces Society's Bring Back the Pollinators campaign.

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Pizza to the people: Mobile wood-fire pizza oven brings taste of Italy to Q-C
On a trip to Italy in 2012, John Anderson wrote down four words that would become the foundation for Streets of Italy: "mobile wood-fired oven." John and his wife, Angie, were living in Germany at the time on a three-year civilian assignment for the U.S. Army. While overseas they traveled throughout Italy experiencing the local cuisine and getting a behind-the-scenes look at numerous restaurants.

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