Category: Environment

Free Falling – Waterfalls of Grey and Bruce Counties

From gentle cascades to roaring rushes, waterfalls are mesmerizing, serene, and always worth the effort it takes to view them. The Escarpment’s undulating topography has made it rich with streams and rivers, and dozens of waterfalls are often just a short drive or hike away.

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Shepherd’s Flock

On a bucolic expanse of land, in the heart of the Beaver Valley, a pair of shepherds support the farm-to-fashion movement by rearing a centuries old breed of sheep whose fleece is used to create unique, one-of-a-kind, Icelandic wool products.

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Devil’s Retribution

Towering over the shining waters of Lake Huron, two imposing stone pillars stand tall against the lush shoreline. Legend has it they are the petrified bodies of two star-crossed lovers, frozen in time by the island’s ‘lesser devil’ Little Spirit.

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A Changing Landscape

Amid fears of a looming food crisis, local farmers turned to diversified streams to mitigate the effects of COVID-19 on our food supply. For some it was grappling with the sudden cease in demand from restaurants, for others it was turning to online sales and discovering new ways to deliver their produce into the hands of local consumers

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