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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 | Back Issues

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

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