The creative genius of the first Americans – Bentonville’s Museum of Native American History houses world-class collection

Upon opening the tall front doors, every guest entering the Museum of Native American History (MONAH) in Bentonville is welcomed with a loud, bellowing roar. The impressive roar comes from a recording approximating what a woolly mammoth sounded like, and it accompanies the authentic, 12,000-year-old woolly mammoth skeleton standing beside the entrance. This fantastic beast,

Contain your excitement for spring!

I just don’t think you can ever plant too many flowers. There’s something about having lots of beautiful flowers around your house that just makes it feel more like home. And with spring in the air, we often can’t resist the urge to add some color to our world. Whether you have limited space or

Be bee-friendly – plan your garden to attract bees

Pollinators are a hot topic right now, and the main insect pollinators, by far, are bees. Home beekeeping is gaining in popularity, with beehives popping up in backyard gardens, and hobby and professional beekeeping groups organizing all over the state. While beekeeping involves honeybees, native to Europe, there are over 4,000 species of native bees