Protecting the Harvest

The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released a startling report in August stating that the world’s land and water resources are being exploited at “unprecedented rates” due in part to soil mismanagement. What forward thinking local farmers, growers and dairy producers already know, is that the solution to catastrophic climate change may be right beneath our feet: the earth.

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The Women of Thornbury

Over 80% of businesses in Thornbury are owned and operated by women—these establishments are enhancing the character and prosperity within our community, which got me thinking: why are Thornbury businesses predominantly owned by women? And what is fuelling the success of female driven entrepreneurship?

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Groadies – Gravel Cycling on the Escarpment

Over the past decade, Southern Georgian Bay has established itself as a hot bed for all types of cycling. With a calendar full of local events, plenty of single track trails, long steep paved climbs and endless gravel roads, it’s a playground for mountain bikers, road riders and now a new generation of cyclists; “gravel grinders” or “groadies”.

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Apple Sharlotke

An Apple Sharlotke is a dense apple cake, heavily flavoured with almond and cinnamon. It is a perfect warm dessert when the apples are bountiful and the weather is cool. Pull out this recipe when the first snow is in the air and you find yourself craving all things holly and warm.

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Groms

The thrill of riding a bike is a fundamental and healthy part of growing up. With mountain biking programs popping up around the Escarpment, the groms who ride here have a genuine leg up on other vertically challenged mountain biking locales.

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Market Watch

One of the first things that you have to do when buying or selling a property with a REALTOR® is to establish the relationship between you. This is normally accomplished through an agency agreement such as a Buyer agency or listing agreement in the case of the sale of a property.

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Composing Charcuterie

Charcuterie has its origins as a humble french peasant dish. But don’t let the simplicity of the preparation deceive you – curated and composed with a thoughtful arrangement of textures and tastes — Aside from being very delicious, a cheese and charcuterie board acts as a vessel for communication and is a great communal nibble.

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