Greta and Ruth Mathewson, a mother and daughter team, are keeping their family farm alive.
2014 International Year of Family Farming
The Linkletter family has been farming in PEI since the 1700s, but the scale today has changed greatly.
A Bridgetown, Nova Scotia, family is pursuing a long-held dream of working for themselves.
While may not tolerate in our homes, but we need a different mindset about insects in the garden.
Has Atlantic Canada’s food movement reached critical mass?
Many common weeds are edible and have medicinal value, too
Make chutney, chow and yellow jam now and savour tomatoes all year.
Step aside kale – there are new leafy green plants in town that pack a powerful punch.
A chef offers advice on how to buy local when the only option is the chain grocery store.