Cherri Megasko

Cherri Megasko

Cherri's passions are the environment, adventure travel and exotic foods. She recently moved to a Shenandoah Valley homestead where she lives with her husband, dogs, chickens and 12.6 acres of woodland creatures.

Through her writing, Cherri is able to share her passions with others in hopes to educate, enlighten and entertain.
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B.S.B.A. / Marketing, A.A.S./ Management, A.A.S. / Public Relations, A.S. / Environmental Science


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  • Planting potatoes on St. Patrick’s Day – a deeply-rooted Irish tradition
    Growing up, I never had to consult the Farmer’s Almanac to know when my family would be hitting the garden to plant potatoes. It would be on – or very near – St. Patrick’s Day. As it turns out, that practice has some pretty strong agricultural merit.
  • DIY vs. hiring a contractor for home improvement
    Being handy around the house is one of the greatest assets a person can have. Fixing that leaky faucet or repairing those sagging gutters can save you money and frustration. But what separates the best DIYers from the pack is knowing their limitations.
  • Carpet vs. hardwood for new flooring
    Changing your flooring is one of the best ways to give your home a fresh new look. Your choice will likely depend on many things, including budget, resale value and even health. Here are some considerations to make your flooring choice just right for you.
  • Energy-efficient Christmas lighting ideas
    Rising energy costs and concern for our environment are causing many of us to rethink our holiday lighting. Here are some energy-saving tips that can help you celebrate the season with efficiency and conservation in mind.
  • Fall composting tips for leaves and pumpkins
    Fall temperatures invite us to spend time outside and yard cleanup seems more of an opportunity than a chore. Before you bag up all those fall remnants like hedge trimmings, corn stalks and pumpkins, consider composting them. Here are some helpful hints.

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