Spring 2014: Our Annual Gardens Special

Community gardens feature by Sue Horner

Community gardens feature by Sue Horner

We’re very proud of our Spring 2014 issue. This is our largest ever, and at 64 pages, it has been my goal to grow to this size. Readers and our viewers now really have something to get their teeth into! Here is a peek at the four main feature articles in it. Half are dedicated to the many wonderful gardens along the Niagara Escarpment. Sue Horner wrote a fine piece that looks at the community gardens movement that is thriving and feeding people for free.Conservation Authorities and the Niagara Escarpment

Conservation Authorities and the Niagara Escarpment

Another feature presents all the Conservation Authorities that are responsible for protecting the Niagara Escarpment. Our intern Amanda Grant researched, interviewed, and wrote this piece, while Mike Davis dug through his many photos to illustrate it.

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Jefferson Salamander

 

We’re fortunate to have Don Scallen write and photograph this entertaining and educational article on the ways of the endangered Jefferson salamander, and its role in the unique ecosystem that is the Escarpment. His photographs are stunning examples of years of dedicated work in the field.

The sheer beauty of a country house and garden

The sheer beauty of a country house and garden

Our other garden feature takes you inside the private gardens of Georgetown and Dundas, both town and country places filled with charm and showing the love and dedication of their owners.

We think you’ll enjoy this Spring issue. Pick up your copy from your favourite advertiser and let us know what you think!

 

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