I suppose some might consider what I visited several weeks ago a “factory farm”.
I’ve yet to actually meet someone who could give me a […]
Many of Ontario’s species at risk – such as grassland birds – make their homes in farmers’ fields.
In honour of Earth Day this week, here’s a glimpse at a program that lets rural landowners do their part to protect those species.
Attempts to protect habitats for grassland birds can be a hard sell […]
Demand for edamame, a type of soybean popular in Asia as a snack and vegetable dish, is growing in North America.
Most edamame sold here, however, is imported – something that a local Ontario farm family is working hard to change.
MacKellar Farms, near the southwestern Ontario town of Alvinston, is Canada’s only commercial supplier […]
Newcastle – Damaging weather and predators can mean the difference between a good year and a bad one on the farm.
No one knows that better than Charles Stevens, who grows apples and blueberries on his farm near Newcastle, east of Toronto.
He’s turned to technology and innovation to protect his apples against hail and […]
A group of young farmers has taken to social media to share with Canadians how they produce food and two fruit and vegetable growers are right in the thick of it.
Erin McLean, whose family runs a pick-your-own berry operation near Peterborough and serves farmers’ markets and local grocers with fresh fruits and vegetables, and […]
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