Freelance writer Nicola Ross lives in Belfountain.
Closing the divide between farm and plate: I grew up believing that my part of the Niagara Escarpment wasn’t much good for farming. Gord McArthur sees things differently.
Palgrave’s certified commercial kitchen is open to cooks, caterers and community groups.
Rock Garden Farms offers the very best of in-season, Ontario grown fruits and vegetables.
The biggest barrier to fruit wines is getting people to try them. That’s why winery manager Ed Roy is happy to have visitors spend time at the tasting bar. Photo by Pam Purves.
Tom Wilson and Nicole Judge should not have had to endure four years of administrative tomfoolery to establish Spirit Tree Estate, their cidery, bakery and local food shop.
I thought it was normal to pick your dinner from the garden.
Like oil, aggregate has become essential to modern life. But how much are we willing to sacrifice to get it? As the decade-long dispute over Caledon’s Rockfort quarry finally heads to the OMB, we’re about to find out.
The Tomato Girls, a moniker given them by one of their customers and biggest fans, Pete Paterson from Caledon East, tell me that worldwide there are over 4,000 varieties of heirloom tomatoes.
MISSION: Supporting small to midsize natural and organic farms, artisanal and fair trade producers by offering fair compensation and by providing a larger market presence and increased accessibility by consumers to this group and their products.
Magic in Mushrooms! So you think mushrooms are all flavour, no substance? At Windy Field Farms they have news for you.
With its recent move to Orangeville, Hockley Valley Brewing Company has quadrupled production of its award-winning beer.
Dan Garyfalakis surprised his wife Nina with their first pair of beehives as a gift.
The birds seem unaware of the fate that awaits them.
While Marie says she sells a lot of breakfasts, it’s chocolate milkshakes that put Steen’s on the map.
Asparagus can easily grow ten to twelve inches a day if the temperature gets above twenty-five degrees.
Although food prices have risen in recent years, farmers haven’t received their fair share of the increase.
Losing its prime agricultural land isn’t Caledon’s only worry.
The Planning Act provides the legislative framework for land-use planning in the province.