• Ash is abundant in our towns and villages. It hugs roadsides and is a common tree in most Headwaters woodlands. Photo by Don Scallen.

    The Beautiful and Damned – Dying Trees

    Ash is doomed. Beech and butternut hover on the brink.

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  • When you look across Doug Cox’s farm from the corner of Mono Centre Road and 5th Line, all you see are gently rolling green fields, not the two gullies hiding in the back corner of the property. Photo by Pete Paterson.

    How ‘Clean Fill’ Became a Dirty Word

    With a proposal to flatten his farm fields, a Mono farmer stepped squarely into the centre an environmental hornets’ nest.

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  • Gail Prussky and Satchmo in her Mono studio. Photo by Rosemary Hasner / Black Dog Creative Arts.

    Gail Prussky How not to be a Serial Killer

    The unhinged imagination of Gail Prussky

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Artist in Residence

  • First Snow ~ by Peter Dusek

    Peter Dusek

    By Signe Ball

    Peter Dusek was recently awarded Best Work by an Emerging Artist by the Ontario Society of Artists and named one of 24 Best of 2015 by The American Society of Media Photographers.

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