In The Hills
Meet a few of the contributors who make this summer 2020 issue of In The Hills a great read – Bethany Lee, Ken Weber and Janice Quirt.
Beef, chicken (seasonal), lamb
Honey, maple syrup, black Angus beef, farm-fresh eggs, roaster chickens, preserves, baked goods
Unpasteurized honey, bee pollen, royal jelly, propolis, honeycomb, beeswax bags, soap, lotion bars
Share your story with us using this Pandemic Journals form. Deadline is August 1.
Seasonal vegetables and fruit : spinach, leafy greens, radishes, carrots, beets and more
Honey, sunflower oil
Here’s where to get the information you need in Caledon, Orangeville, Erin and Dufferin.
Agata replicates a flower’s delicate petals and crinkly layers, imbuing each image with what she calls “illumination from within.”
Meet a few of the contributors who make this spring 2020 issue of In The Hills a great read – Pete Paterson, Nicola Ross and Ruth Ann Pearce.
If someone has chosen to follow you, they are probably already a committed customer – which is a good thing.
People are at the heart of every story in our hills, and we can be proud of having some of the very finest among us.
The self-taught Amaranth potter is the force behind a decade of the annual Empty Bowls food bank fundraiser at Alton Mill Arts Centre.
’Tis the season: The retro tipple.
Gita’s art frequently focuses on small plastic or china figurines.