Volume 17 Number 1
The Greenbelt: Letting the Belt out a Notch or TwoMar 21, 2010 | | Environment
Should the Greenbelt be expanded? The central purpose of the plan is to protect farmland and environmentally sensitive land on the urban fringe.
Agriculture in the GreenbeltMar 21, 2010 | | Environment
In recent years farmers have been subjected to a plethora of regulations related to environmental protection and food safety. Has the pendulum swung too far?
Our Own Eggs: Backyard ChickensMar 21, 2010 | | Farming
In a bid to become somewhat more self-sufficient, my husband and I recently decided to try keeping our own chickens for egg production.
Bethell House: A Tranquil Home Away from HomeMar 21, 2010 | | Community
Bethell House not only offers a tranquil setting for those at the end of life and their families, but it is a remarkable cross-community effort that truly proves the adage that it takes a village.
Herons and Co.Mar 21, 2010 | | Back Issues | Environment
Herons and egrets wading in local wetlands or silhouetted against blue skies, excite people whenever they are seen. They speak to us of grace, elegance and regal bearing. We would do well to listen to what they have to say.
Bundle of Joy?Mar 21, 2010 | | Back Issues
Babies arrive trailing clouds of happy expectations. But often those first few months can be anything but a joyful experience. Fortunately, this region is rich in programs to help mothers cope.
The Enchantment of Young ThespiansMar 21, 2010 | | Arts
Each year Jane Ohland Cameron writes and directs and new play for aspiring young actors at Theatre Orangeville.
Changes at In The HillsMar 21, 2010 | | Back Issues | Departments | Editor’s Desk | In Every Issue
A new web site, a sister site devoted to Kids and our pick of the best things to do in the hills.
Letters – Our readers write: Spring 2010Mar 21, 2010 | | Back Issues | Departments | Letters, Our Readers Write
Letters published in the Spring 2010 edition of In The Hills magazine.
Beer, Beans, Banks and BrandsMar 21, 2010 | | Back Issues | Countryside Digest | Departments | Environment
Beer diets, beans diets, Icelandic banks (on a crash diet?), pets, paws and small farm producers. Miscellany from Douglas G. Pearce’s Countryside Digest.
Jim StewartMar 21, 2010 | | Artist in Residence
Caledon artist Jim Stewart has been creating figurative and abstract paintings since the early 1970s.
Our favourite picks for spring 2010Mar 21, 2010 | | Back Issues | Community | Departments | In Every Issue | Must Do
Our own highly selective “picks” of just some of the things that make life such a distinctive pleasure here in the hills.