Three Nova Scotia farmers discuss how their faith guides their farming.
Fiddleheading, gathering wood, making cookfires, trout fishing, scavenging a living from the wild, connects us to what we are, the land, the earth.
Rustik wants photos of the baby animals in your life! Send us your best and we’ll feature them on the site in coming weeks.
With innovative opportunities growing in experiential tourism – and a new collaborative plan to manage the clamming ecosystem that empowers clammers to make sound decisions – the tide seems to be turning for this important small-scale fishery.
Putting together a successful potluck supper takes a little creative spark, lots of organization and some good old-fashioned hard work.
Some gardening mistakes are inevitable, but others can be easily avoided.
As more people join in community supported agriculture, the drawbacks of the model are beginning to show and farmers are responding with innovative new approaches.
As chickens increasingly move from the farm to the urban backyard, more thought is going in to their accommodation.
Hemp, hops and haskap could make agriculture in the Maritimes more diverse and profitable.
While starting your own business is no easy feat, the good news is that support is available in a number of different forms, from provincial programs to independent organizations.