In The Hills
The Grand Valley Farmers’ Market celebrates everything local from baked goods to fresh produce, local artisans and vendors
Naturally raised, pastured meats : beef and chicken
Beef, chicken, lamb
Honey, lavender, duck eggs, haskap berries, beeswax candles. Guided farm tours
Meet three long-time contributors – Pete Paterson, Kim van Oosterom and Tralee Pearce – who worked on the spring issue.
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A look back on how we’ve covered the pleasures and concerns of country life over the last three decades.
At the Creemore Coffee Company, we enjoy roasting smooth, full bodied coffees that are rich in flavour, using high quality, ethically sourced beans from around the world.
an eating house – honest, approachable, ingredient driven.
Grass-fed and -finished black Angus beef
Every year we honour those who go above and beyond to help others, to make exciting things happen, and to improve the quality of life in their communities.
There’s been an amazing proliferation of new books this year, and local books always make great Christmas gifts! Here’s our annual round-up of what to read this winter.
Meet some of the hard working people – Emily Dickson, Robert McCaw, and David Paredes and Susanna Franco – who bring you these pages.
A recent phone survey found that In The Hills outpaced other local magazines by a wide margin. Read more to find out the numbers behind our success.
What started as a hobby for husband-and-wife-team Liz and Gary Biegel quickly turned into a passion to make gourmet stone oven pizza.
The illustrator behind The Sweetgrass Chronicles series turns his attention to the hills of Mulmur.