“The Liberal Government’s budget will not see us merely ‘falling through the cracks’ — it will be the hand that pushes us through the cracks.”
When cops come for your backyard chickens, it’s time to rise up and speak out about the importance of sustainable, respectful food-producing practices.
Even children can appreciate the bounties of harvest.
‘Eat local’ has become a bit of a buzzword over the past few years here in Newfoundland, yet we still import over 90 per cent of our fresh fruit and vegetables. Here’s why local food is so important.
What is the Regatta, anyway?
Come and let me take you on a journey into nature’s grocery store. You don’t have to be in the woods to forage for artisanal produce. It’s abundant here in the city of St. John’s!
Maple syrup — the first harvest of Spring. With a few simple tools and a little bit of know-how, you too can enjoy the nectar of the gods, straight from your own backyard.
Japanese Knotweed has invaded Canada in a big way, Newfoundland included. One solution? Bite back.
Katherine shares five important observations that newcomers to Peru should be aware of.
It’s spring and many things are growing. So too should our knowledge of local food and foraging.
A local group is unveiling a series of films that features Islanders eager to share traditional knowledge of food production, a basic life skill that’s fast fading into the past.
Coastal cultures worldwide have made seaweed an integral part of their diet. Why haven’t we?
Travel involves constant encounters with similarity and difference
Do you really need to throw that out?
The Independent’s new food issues columnist muses on the challenges – and rewards – of food in this province
Our columnist shares some parting thoughts
You’re working in partnership with nature, but nature is sometimes indifferent to the success of the joint venture. In fact, sometimes you’d swear nature was giving you the finger.