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Monthly Archives: July 2010
A convergence of schools of thought on fish, and some opportunities to make your views known: Alexandra Morton is inviting Canadians to take action on proposed federal Pacific aquaculture regulations, which have been offer a 60-day public input period (page … Continue reading
There’s an amazing exhibition of wartime posters about food and agriculture which you can enjoy virtually, if you are unable to visit the National Library of Agriculture in Beltsville, Maryland. Back here in nambypambyland, you’d think you were in some … Continue reading
I’ve been spending a little time on the Haliburton farm stand, which has been a great opportunity to ogle seasonal produce. Braising greens have never looked so beautiful. Tayberries are about done now, but there are lots of raspberries, strawberries … Continue reading
Last weekend’s Vancouver Island MusicFest was the usual mix of heat and song and generally friendly and happy crowds. Not the greatest music ever but as always, there were some highlights. Unfortunately the headliner – Roberta Flack – was at … Continue reading