There's a multitude of lesser-known apples are called ‘heritage’ varieties, because most of them are quite old. Either brought from other parts of the world, discovered by chance, or bred in Canada, they form a complex and delicious mosaic of Canada’s horticultural past.
After 35 years of trials and errors in ‘designing’ his own farm, Ken Taylor offers words of encouragement for those wanting to change to the more sustainable practices encompassed in permaculture farming.
Steve "Tree Hustler" Leroux shares some of his secrets on growing organic fruit from his 34 years of experience being around fruit trees.
Canadian farmers should be ashamed of themselves…at least I am ashamed! I was born and raised on our family farm and will probably die on my own family farm; I’ve been here thirty years already. This should qualify me as one talking from experience rather than those all too familiar voices that “circle talk” (recycle others’ recycled info).