Yevgenia Casale is a Caledon-based freelance writer and passionate community organizer. Her writing often highlights the humanity behind the things we tend to take for granted every day.
Farm kids are returning to their roots.
We did it for the love of farming. The kids do it because they love it too, and see a future in it.
Sheldon Creek’s whole milk is sold in traditional glass bottles with a plug of cream on top. They also sell chocolate milk, strawberry milk and eggnog seasonally, and yogurt.
Their crops include oats they sell themselves and a 30-acre field of sunflowers they harvest and sell for birdseed.
Goats are notorious sorting animals. They’d pick through and find the one grain they like, forgetting about everything else they need to be healthy.
Gary van Bolderen carved out an exceptional niche in the equestrian business. Now his son is taking over the reins – and Gary couldn’t be happier.
Over 20 years, Headwaters House Tour has transformed the art of genteel snooping into half a million dollars of hospital funding.
The whimsical decoration on everyday objects expresses “Art from the Heart” in a new exhibition at Dufferin County Museum & Archives.