The Spring issue is our garden special, because from now to June, gardeners are getting keen to get back outside, carving a bit of paradise. We feature a large rural garden that is the work of just one woman. If she can achieve these results while running a full-time business, we should be able to reach our own garden goals.
This issue also takes you near Owen Sound to look at the range of beautiful ferns that thrive along the whole Escarpment. As you can expect, we have several photos of various kinds.
And we feature the old pioneer methods of making maple syrup, and some of the wonderful festivals where we can celebrate this sweet, delicious season.
There’s much more to enjoy in this issue, but I have to make special mention of Seana McKenna’s column on performing Richard III at Stratford this year. Tickets are already selling for this history-making production, and Escarpment Views is tremendously fortunate to publish her reflections on approaching this career-defining performance. I personally know of a few people in the U.S. who are planning to travel to Ontario in order to catch Seana tackle this killer of a role. Grab a copy of Escarpment Views to learn what the excitement is about!
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