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Spring 2022

Volume 29 Number 1

Natural Rhythm

Mar 29, 2022 | Alison McGill

The rocky terrain on an escarpment precipice inspired rather than deterred the creation of this expansive Caledon garden.

Land Acknowledgments Decoded

Mar 29, 2022 | Erin Fitzgibbon

A primer on the history and the reconciliation goals behind the statements read out before municipal, arts and sports events.

Adapting to Survive

Mar 29, 2022 | Don Scallen

Animals use camouflage, poison and deception to live another day.

Why Highway 413 is a Bad Idea

Mar 29, 2022 | Debbe Crandall

The “zombie” highway will hurt the environment, fail to solve the problems it aims to address – and there are better ideas to explore.

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Mar 29, 2022 | Alison McGill

Creating your first vegetable garden can seem like a daunting task. Here’s a beginner’s guide to choosing the right spot, the top crops and enjoying the fruits (well, vegetables) of your labour.

Trail Running in Headwaters

Mar 29, 2022 | Nicola Ross

Through the woods, up the hills, down the valleys, the popularity of trail running races is surging in Headwaters – and this competition is all about fun.

Forever Gift: Community Foundations

Mar 29, 2022 | Jeff Rollings

Community foundations in Caledon and Dufferin perpetuate a donor’s legacy and help stabilize a charity’s funding. Win, win.

You Say You Want an Evolution

Mar 29, 2022 | Signe Ball

In fact, going back is never an option.

Spring Contributors

Mar 29, 2022 | In The Hills

Meet three of the creative people – Marion Hodgson, Erin Fitzgibbon and Alison McGill – behind the spring issue.

Letters – Our Readers Write: Spring 2022

Mar 29, 2022 | Our Readers

Letters published in the Spring 2022 edition of In The Hills magazine.

Jessica Tamlin

Mar 29, 2022 | Tralee Pearce

The Creemore artist mines the emotional connections we make with the landscape and landmarks around us.

Field Notes for Spring 2022

Mar 29, 2022 | Johanna Bernhardt

Where to run, charge up, and gaze at art.