Tralee Pearce is an associate editor of In The Hills Magazine.
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How local stitchers, engineers, manufacturers and teachers stepped up to create and donate face coverings and other apparel to beat back the virus.
Margaret uploads her own photos as starting points, then reimagines the backgrounds and layers on “paint” using programs that mimic everything from brush strokes to pigment density.
How we’re coping with unprecedented times here in Headwaters.
Here’s a basic sauerkraut recipe to get you started on your own fermented foods journey.
How the retail maven and her husband, Morley, nestled their new dream home into the rolling Mono landscape.
How a lush Hillsburgh property warms the souls of its English expat owners – and neighbours looking to get fit.
An Orangeville jeweller casts nature as the star of her striking one-of-a-kind pieces.
When entrepreneurs and artists Jocelyn Burke and James Webster renovated Jocelyn’s childhood home in Horning’s Mills, they laid the perfect groundwork for a well-curated life.
Meet the women behind the blooms at Petals Flower Co., Purple Hill Lavender Farm, Stonewell Farm, Broadside Flowers and Caledon Hills Peony Farm.
Looking for a rare peony variety? Diana Hillman’s got you covered with rootstock from North America and the Netherlands.
Melanthon’s Amber Swidersky creates lush bouquets with blooms just steps from her floral studio.
How Emma Greasley and Jessica Ridding transformed the Creemore farm where they grew up into a lavender dream.
Terra Cotta landscape gardener Amanda White’s own garden is brimming with foxgloves and dahlias.
At Lee Anne Downey’s new lavender farm in Erin, small-batch products and intimate retreats are in the works.
Mary fires up her pottery wheel only briefly, to attach the circular foot to the bottom of the bowl.
Macramé redux, Tooth Fairy help and hummingbird feeders on our radar.
How a project called Compass House helped one family build roots in Dufferin County – and cemented its two architects’ love of the area.