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July/August 2017


July/August 2017 >> Vol. 14 Issue 4


Celebrating 150 Years of Canadian Agriculture 
By Josh Martin What’s changed, what hasn’t and what trends will shape farming in the future.

2017 Education Special 
Assembled by Janet Wallace A big list of great education opportunities to help you farm more efficiently and enjoyably.

Want to be buried on your farm? 
By Shirley Byers On-farm burial is an option in some parts of Canada.


News & Notes Research proves what we already knew— maple syrup is good for you!, book review: Deep-Rooted Wisdom: Skills and Stories from Generations of Gardeners, costing weed control, how nematodes kill, the health benefits of going barefoot.

At Pasture By Ray Ford The intricacies of targeted grazing. 

Equipment By Dan Kerr What is an outdoor-minded mechanic to do when he develops a life threatening allergy to hornets?

Poultry By Amy Hogue Oh Canada! A tribute to Canadian poultry breeds.

Recipes By Helen Lammers-Helps Say “Happy Birthday Canada!” with Confederation Tea Cakes.

Notes from the Larkspur Supper Club By Dan Needles Pathways to farming.