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Underwood typewriter at Erin Auctions. Photo by James MacDonald.

Erin Auctions

Sep 18, 2020 | James MacDonald

Alanna Babka and Bonnie Schneider met playing in a baseball league, and have bonded over breathing life into cast-off collections.

Wedgwood blue jasperware at The Wright Attitude Shoppe in a Shed. Photo by James MacDonald.

The Wright Attitude Shoppe in a Shed

Sep 18, 2020 | James MacDonald

At John Wright’s new Erin antiques outpost, artwork and chairs hung on pegs fill every inch of wall and English-country vignettes cover the floor.

A Forest is More Than Its Trees

Sep 18, 2020 | Don Scallen

From deep in the earth to high in the sky, forests shelter teeming life.

The brilliantly plumed scarlet tanager is the only one of hundreds of tanager species that breeds in Headwaters before heading to the tropics for the winter. Photo by Robert McCaw.

These Flora and Fauna Rely On Forests

Sep 18, 2020 | Don Scallen

Here are six plants and animals, representative of myriad others, that depend completely on forests.

A Poetic Take on a Pest

Sep 18, 2020 | Marilyn Boyle

Caledon poet Marilyn Boyle takes the gypsy moth caterpillar as her latest subject after her oak tree was decimated in the summer of 2020.

Preserving Tradition

Sep 18, 2020 | Tony Reynolds

Our forebears knew how to put sunshine in a jar. You can too.

Pepper Jelly

Sep 18, 2020 | Tony Reynolds

This sweet and spicy pepper jelly is a perfect accompaniment to a cheese and charcuterie platter.

Nan’s Chili Sauce from Mrs. V’s Preserves

Sep 18, 2020 | In The Hills

Barb Vivian’s jams, jellies and sauces are a staple at local farmers’ markets. This mild chili sauce is named for her mother-in-law.

Melanzane Sott’olio Eggplant Antipasto from Connie’s Kitchen

Sep 18, 2020 | In The Hills

Many of Connie Arteaga’s long list of handmade preserves – think passata or eggplant antipasto – have their roots in her native Sicily.

Peach Blueberry Jam from Landman Gardens

Sep 18, 2020 | In The Hills

Rebecca Landman leans on family recipes for her canned offerings such as bread-and-butter pickles, corn relish and barbecue sauces.

Karen stores her ample collection of preserves in a cold cellar. Photo by Rosemary Hasner / Black Dog Creative Arts.

From Soil to Table

Sep 18, 2020 | Gail Grant

Vegetable grower extraordinaire Karen Hollingshead uses galvanized steel raised beds and water troughs to hold her 35 varieties of tomatoes and other gems.

After a year of training in the Dufferin 4-H Beef Club, Maggi Murray and Glam took first place at the Orangeville Fall Fair in 2019. Photo by Rosemary Hasner / Black Dog Creative Arts.

“Not Your Grandmother’s 4-H”

Sep 18, 2020 | Anthony Jenkins

But the principles of head, heart, hands and health still thrive in Headwaters.

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