Tralee Pearce is an associate editor of In The Hills Magazine.
With wintery classics such as the braised lamb shanks, there’s plenty of room to deepen and elevate flavours.
How downtown Orangeville rediscovered its groove
These distinctive wares may not be as easy to find as mass-produced goods, but we can assure you the wraps, hats and blankets are worth the hunt and will keep you warm this fall and many more to come.
The Nature Fix: 12 ways to get the kids outside this summer and unleash your own inner kid.
Lyme disease was once all but unknown in Ontario. But as the offending ticks migrate north, health agencies warn it’s just a matter of time before Headwaters feels their bite.
Sprawling out on a patch of grass with a picnic spread before you is among the greatest pleasures!
Misha Dubbeld’s gracious Mono garden is a testament to 20 years of love and labour. With all that she’s learned, her latest project is conceived on a grand scale.
Sants Greenhouses is a sprawling five-greenhouse operation that helps beautify not just southern Ontario but all corners of North America.
Our thoughts turn to fresh-air pursuits, gardens and spring birds. Follow along and you’ll find creative and clever local craftspeople, artists and growers for ideas on how to enhance the moment.
Nineteen years ago, Erin resident Chricket Yule didn’t exactly set out to create a long-term recreational program for kids with special needs, let alone one that has galvanized her community and sparked lifelong friendships.
Made In The Hills – Here’s to a season of searching out the best our region has to offer – and sharing widely with family and friends.
Darryl Neudorf, who produces some of Canada’s finest recording artists, has put down roots in Mono and embraced the local music scene.
Proper etiquette isn’t about adhering to dusty old rules, it’s about possessing enough social capital to feel at ease in any situation.
Old barn foundations find new life in the rural landscape.