Volume 27 Number 1
With trial, error, dumb luck – and joy – two neophytes transformed four acres of bramble and meadow into a painterly Hockley garden.
Wildlife populations in Dufferin and Caledon have come and gone over the past few centuries, most dramatically since European settlement. Some species have vanished from the landscape. Others have arrived. Now things are changing again.
Trail (or game) cameras are rugged, motion-activated devices about a quarter the size of a loaf of bread and meant for extended, remote use outdoors.
A new museum exhibit called Our Voices, Our Journeys celebrates local black history through the personal stories of a Caledon congregation’s pioneering contributions to Headwaters.
Audiobooks and podcasts have produced a resurgence in oral storytelling, but for the Dufferin Circle of Storytellers the ancient art never went away.
How I learned to find and cook spring’s local bounty.
After your foraging trip, try this fettuccine dish to celebrate.
How local growers are tapping a surging demand for the tiny, tasty stems that pack a nutritional punch.
Diets high in plant foods like microgreens have been shown to reduce certain heart disease markers.
At In The Hills our job is to tell the stories of our community.
Letters published in the Spring 2020 edition of In The Hills magazine.
Agata replicates a flower’s delicate petals and crinkly layers, imbuing each image with what she calls “illumination from within.”