A Walk in The Hills

The illustrator behind The Sweetgrass Chronicles series turns his attention to the hills of Mulmur.

September 13, 2022 | | Features

Fisher Monahan is an 18-year-old writer and artist local to the Creemore region of Simcoe County. A part time naturalist, Fisher spends lots of his time outside wandering the wooded hills and open fields of Southern Ontario. In June of 2021, Fisher published his journal entries from these wanderings into a book series called The Sweetgrass Chronicles. Here, he shares his musings on a recent Mulmur walk.

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