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Bullfrog Power

Mar 22, 2007 | Tim Shuff | Back Issues

Purchasing Power! Bullfrog Power’s green electricity is hot in Headwaters, but is it worth the premium price?

Return of the Salmon: Restocking the Credit River

Mar 22, 2007 | Jeff Rollings | Back Issues

They’ve been away for one hundred years, but with the help of their friends, salmon are coming home to the Credit River.

Brook Trout

A Strange Fish Story

Mar 22, 2007 | Don Scallen | Back Issues | Spring 2007

More than sixty species of fi sh make their home in the Credit Valley watershed, but many of them are strangers to all but the most avid observers. Let us introduce you.

Hungry maggots, voracious cats & greedy planets

Mar 22, 2007 | Douglas G. Pearce | Back Issues | Countryside Digest | Departments | Spring 2007

Biodiesel requires little or no modification to vehicle engines or fuelling infrastructure, and its greater lubricity may reduce maintenance costs.

Red-winged blackbirds

Mar 22, 2007 | Linda McLaren | Back Issues | Departments | Headwaters Sketchbook | Spring 2007

Red-winged blackbirds can read cattails as easily as a teen can spot the Golden arches!

A Farm Memoir

Jun 21, 2005 | Isabelle Lightle

There were many good farms around the perimeter of Orangeville that have become subdivisions.

The Farm Crisis: Local Solutions

Jun 21, 2005 | Nicola Ross

Although food prices have risen in recent years, farmers haven’t received their fair share of the increase.

The Farm Crisis: Global Problem

Jun 21, 2005 | Darrin Qualman

In just five years, between the 1996 and 2001 censuses, 12 per cent of Ontario farmers left farming.

Will the Greenbelt Save Caledon from Sprawl?

Mar 21, 2005 | Nicola Ross

Losing its prime agricultural land isn’t Caledon’s only worry.

The Grand Plan

Sep 21, 2004 | Nicola Ross

The Planning Act provides the legislative framework for land-use planning in the province.

The Greenbelt: Finding a Balance

Sep 21, 2004 | Nicola Ross

The greenbelt is only one part of a gutsy and massive initiative by Dalton McGuinty’s new Liberal govern-ment to overhaul land-use planning in the province.

Tucked into a hillside above Hockley valley, the Ketchum house taps into the heat in the soil below the frost line. Photo by Robin Stubbert.

Sustainable Dwelling

Sep 21, 2001 | Anthony Ketchum

A first-person account of building a solar-heated, earth-sheltered house.

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