Volume 29, Number 3
From a small observatory in a Belfountain backyard, the heavens are revealed.
Work-from-home studios are having a moment, driven in part by pandemic trends; newbies and veterans alike speak to the merits of a space of one’s own.
Owning a home, or even managing rising rental costs, is becoming farther and farther beyond the means of many working people in Headwaters.
After waiting and practising for two long Covid years, it’s time to head to Ireland to compete in the World Ploughing Championship.
We’re lucky to live in a farm region that cares so much about food and that is embracing new opportunities in food education and ecoliteracy.
Wages are simply not keeping pace with the cost of accommodation.
Meet three of the creative people who fill this issue’s pages.
Letters published in the Summer 2022 edition of In The Hills magazine.
Frieda Pereira’s love of gardening is reflected in her most recent pieces with black peonies, poppies and other flora against a creamy white backdrop.
What to learn, visit and see this summer.
Two hundred years ago, my ancestors were tossed off the land during the clearances in Scotland and replaced by sheep, who ate less and could be sheared more often.
A typical day for Nishan Kooner of 10 and 10 Garden Centre revolves around helping customers find the right plants – all while raising funds for Ukraine.