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May June 2016 Midwest Living

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Celebrate Midwest national park sites, find fresh takes on rhubarb, explore the coolest sources for midcentury style and more.
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Hovering over the lakefront, helicopters give riders a fresh look at the breadth and beauty of Chicago’s ‘front yard.’
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At workshops in a renovated Saint Paul warehouse, stylist Jackie Reisenauer shares tips on how to make floral arrangements that capture the effortless essence of a summer garden.
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On an organic farm in Illinois, a weekend of cushy tent camping and Mediterranean-inspired cooking reinforces the ties that bind us—deliciously and indelibly—to the land.
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The diagnosis: An overworked Ohio physician. The cure: Transform an unused backyard into a sanctuary of water, native plants and wildlife.
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How does an Iowa garden catch the Smithsonian’s eye? With plant stories wrapped around the likes of Johnny Appleseed, Grant Wood and a band of German Pietists.
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What’s for dinner? Where are we going? The element of surprise shapes Yo Soy Underground Suppers’ unconventional (and delightful) meals.
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Even if you don’t have this Michigan cottage’s view, its details can bring relaxed vacation style to your home.
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With more than 80 sites to choose from, the Midwest offers explorers of every kind the perfect place to celebrate more than 100 years of the national park service.