Volume 28 Number 2
Local sunflower and lavender farms are bursting with some of nature’s showiest blooms. Here’s how to enjoy them in person and via handmade products that capture the magic.
Grab a flashlight and head out on a hike after sundown and get to know the creatures of the night – including moths, salamanders and frogs.
It’s 3:15 a.m. Where are you? Meet the folks who are doing important work in the middle of the night as most of us are curled up under the covers.
A dispatch from the battlefield.
How cover crops, crop rotation and using livestock to fertilize fields puts local farmers on the front lines in reducing climate change.
Stones are the inspiration for Joe Burchell’s monumental works of art.
Artist Jim Menken’s chainsaw allows fallen trees to rise again.
As farmer Jeannette French notes, farming in Headwaters may always be a work in progress, but this community provides the motivation it takes to forge ahead.
A lot of us are daring to hope that some things really will never be the same again – in a good way.
Letters published in the Summer 2021 edition of In The Hills magazine.
Meet three of the hardworking folks – Cindy Caines, Gail Grant and Cecily Ross – behind this issue.
Sara credits a physical move from Toronto for moves she’s been making artistically.