Volume 29 Number 1
The rocky terrain on an escarpment precipice inspired rather than deterred the creation of this expansive Caledon garden.
A primer on the history and the reconciliation goals behind the statements read out before municipal, arts and sports events.
Animals use camouflage, poison and deception to live another day.
The “zombie” highway will hurt the environment, fail to solve the problems it aims to address – and there are better ideas to explore.
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.
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.
Community foundations in Caledon and Dufferin perpetuate a donor’s legacy and help stabilize a charity’s funding. Win, win.
In fact, going back is never an option.
Meet three of the creative people – Marion Hodgson, Erin Fitzgibbon and Alison McGill – behind the spring issue.
Letters published in the Spring 2022 edition of In The Hills magazine.
The Creemore artist mines the emotional connections we make with the landscape and landmarks around us.
Where to run, charge up, and gaze at art.