Pick up this year’s Headwaters Farm Fresh guide to get to know your local farmers and explore the beautiful countryside in our own backyard.
How a Mono nature lover transformed her swimming pool into a pond teeming with wildlife.
When these headwaters pilots feel the urge to fly, they step out their back door.
Mono artist Jo Thomson harnesses the power of sunlight – and the power of her darkroom – to create bright cyanotypes and photograms of local flora.
Start the summer off right with smart soaps, sweet totes and table linens, all made by local artisans in Headwaters.
The art and science of breaking down kitchen and yard waste to create your own blend of nutrient-rich natural fertilizer.
Take a stroll along the Bruce Trail in Mulmur to spot wild brook trout and more. Nicola Ross, author of ‘Loops and Lattes’, shows you the way.
Field botanist Lisa Riederer painstakingly inventories trees, shrubs and groundcover plants for Credit Valley Conservation.
Writer Bethany Lee muses on her father’s carefully organized chaos in the garage as her young son begins to explore his grandfather’s tools.
Gail Grant examines how the disruptions of the pandemic led to a flatline of interactions, leaving our brains sluggish and our tongues tied.
Keeping busy and involved in the community is a way of life, and at 78 Tina still has big plans for the future
How John and Paola Chiodo’s contemporary Caledon bungalow delivers on a teenaged dream of a tranquil life in the country.