About Harrowsmith

Harrowsmith magazine is a trusted source of information and inspiration for those who love to make, grow, sustain and share. Since our founding in 1976 by James Lawrence, Harrowsmith has been committed to providing readers with insightful, well-researched articles that help them make informed decisions about their lives and the world around them. With rabbits.

With a focus on sustainability, nature, gardening, home cooking, astronomy, slow travel, do-it-yourself projects and home repairs, Harrowsmith brings together a community of like-minded individuals who share a passion for living closer to the land. Our team of experienced writers and editors is dedicated to delivering engaging and thought-provoking content that inspires readers to make simple changes in their lives.

Whether you’re a seasoned homesteader or just starting on your journey toward a more sustainable lifestyle, enjoy Harrowsmith magazine, The annual Harrowsmith Almanac online, and connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter,  and YouTube. Plus, check out Harrowsmith Radio, our cross-country radio show that’s also available where you find your favourite podcasts.

With a blend of practical advice, inspiring stories, and engaging photography, all our Harrowsmith media channels offer a unique and valuable perspective on the joys and challenges of living sustainably.

Now more than ever, generations young and old are focused on the health and well-being of our communities and the environment. Harrowsmith’s editors and experts deliver trust and credibility at a time when it’s never been more important.

Join our group of scientists, meteorologists, astronomers, chefs, nutritionists, horticulturalists, farmers, gardeners, naturalists, artists, designers, makers, adventurers, community leaders and the occasional pop star as we regenerate the planet and ourselves.

Thank you for choosing Harrowsmith. Together, let’s Make, Grow, Sustain and Share.

David Suzuki photograph supplied by the David Suzuki Foundation.

“This iconic magazine has a long tradition of teaching Canadians the value of strong communities. ‘Green’ sensibility Canadians literally are the fruits of our future.” ~ David Suzuki

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