THOSE IN THE “techie” generation tend to make “giving up” resolutions—spend less time on Facebook, socialize more in real life rather than online, watch less reality TV, and text people less.
Four generations of farmers later, two plucky brothers and a cousin jump on the potato chip bandwagon in Hartland, NB. (And, they are not McCains)
A modern home emerges from the rock.
When architects Niall Savage and Rayleen Hill planned the design of this home, on a point of land near Hubbards, NS, they were careful to make the distinction between building “on the land” and “of the land.”
An artist taught herself to capture images in drops of
water—and, in the process, got her life back
“I found myself in a drop of water,” says Connie Publicover.
The photographer, who specializes in close-up water drop photography, is referring to her work, but she could be speaking metaphorically. When she faced...Read more
BY THE TIME farmer-turned-innovator-entrepreneur Casey van Dyk came of age in the 1950s, the Netherlands was already too small for him. The second oldest of nine children in a farming family, he’d grown up believing his future was in agriculture.