There’s more to bees, and more we can do to help them, than most of us think.
With Summer in full swing and warmer temperatures welcoming open windows, now is the perfect time to tackle an affordable, DIY update for your home.
Around the world, Canadian honey is well regarded, but when you shop for it, you might be missing the fine print.
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In my family, Lebanese Mountain tomato is a favourite variety we save seeds from every year
Home & Farm
Travel & Culture
Harrowsmith’s colourful chinwag with Allyson Reigh of Rosie & the Riveters.
Introducing a few of the earth’s movers and shakers.
There are certain dishes that just radiate summer; ceviche is one of them. It’s fresh, clean, bright, sweet and sour.
This episode takes us down on the farms – first to a sheep farm near Perth where we learn about the capricious rhythms of Mother Nature from a farmer and cello instructor.
This episode is about plays, a fictional farm, heroes and highways. I start off by chatting with Dan Needles, a mainstay for Harrowsmith readers and the author of the WIngfield Farm mediaverse.
Lost & Found Recipes
Ever wonder what happened to that recipe you read about on Harrowsmith Magazine? We’ve collected them together for you!