The "Almanac" tab on the webpage seeks to inform about the Team's Milestones, Project History, Low Energy Cooking and Menu for everyday use, more about the Northern Cheyenne, and Green Lessons, Technologies and Materials.
| WHAT IS AN
Pronunciation: 'ol-m&-"nak, 'al-m&-"nak
Etymology: Middle English, almenak, from Arabic al-manAkh
n. 1) a publication containing astronomical and meterological data for a given year and often including a miscellany of other information 2) a usually annual publication containing statistical, tabular, and general information
|HISTORY OF THE ALMANAC
The two most famous versions are the Poor Richard's Almanack written by Benjamin Franklin from the years 1733-1758 and the Old Farmer's Almanac that is still produced annually by Yankee Publishing, Inc. Both almanacs expanded to include poetry, quotes, farming, gardening, sports, fashion, recipes, anecdotes, cures for illnesses, and samplings from other general areas.