Elspeth McLean-Wile reflects on our family farm series and what can be learned from the stories of hardworking Maritime farmers.
In 40 years, Mike Keddy has seen many changes in Nova Scotia’s Christmas tree industry.
Being an organic farmer is fashionable these days, but Kelly Cheverie’s motivation is based on history rather than current trends.
A young man’s decision to take over the family farm induces both pride and anxiety in his father.
Handing down the farm from one generation to the next is traditional, but the transition doesn’t always happen seamlessly.
Greta and Ruth Mathewson, a mother and daughter team, are keeping their family farm alive.
The Linkletter family has been farming in Prince Edward Island since the 1700s, but the scale at which they are farming today has changed greatly.
A Bridgetown, Nova Scotia, couple is pursuing a long-held dream of working for themselves.
In Falmouth, Nova Scotia, one farm has been in the same family since 1763.
A New Brunswick family farm is giving school kids a lesson in eating local.