Volume 18 Number 1
An allée of ‘Profusion’ crabapples at Lilactree Farm in Mulmur.
Taylor Pace, Al Pace and Lin Ward of Hockley Valley operate Canoe North Adventures and have led 90 expeditions on 21 rivers in the NWT, Yukon and Nunavut.
“I can’t deny the thrill of knowing that I may be the first person ever to paint this view.”
Ten species of frogs and toads share our landscape, a rich assemblage of hopping amphibians for such a northerly clime.
A peaceable kingdom – Beauty in the Beast is an extraordinary exhibition of animals in art and objects at the Dufferin County Museum & Archives.
While landfill raised concerns about what was seeping into our ground and water, gasification raises concerns about what is seeping into our air.
Peel’s first roundabout at Dixie Road and Olde Baseline Road puts Caledon drivers on the merry-go-round.
Playwright Dan Needles created Walt Wingfield, a feckless ex-urbanite who champions the spirit of rural life and keeps the audience rolling ruefully in theatre aisles.
Hot rocks, put it off, a passing thought, war flags and Holy typo! Miscellany from Douglas G. Pearce’s Countryside Digest.
Tara creates watercolour depictions of old buildings, vintage automobiles and everyday objects in still life.
I bought my own farm, married a farm girl from the next township, and settled down to a view of Georgian Bay and the life of a hunter-gatherer, or “freelancer,” to use the ancient Ojibway term.
A highly selective guide to the picks of the spring season in the Hills of Headwaters.
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