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Vol 14, No 1 Spring 2012

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Volume 14, Issue 1

Spring 2012

 

Re-thinking the Farm | 30

by Lionel Hughes

Lawyer Don Layh says we need a new approach to protecting the farm and farmland.

 

Farewell Matador Farming Pool | 34

by Cam Barlow

The grand vision behind co-operative farms is told in pictures of the last year of the Matador Farming Pool near Kyle.

 

Jig, Jig, Jigging Along | 46

by Dorothy Seibold

A group of tourists explore Saskatchewan by rail in jiggers or rail cars with our author in hot pursuit.

 

A Tobin Lake Spring | 52

by Natalie Lischka

Ice recedes from Tobin Lake leaving stunning ice sculpture.

 

Hard Times Meet Good Ideas | 56

by Vern Giesbrecht

Poverty in small Saskatchewan communities was met with determination and compassion in the 1940s.

 

Coming Home | 60

Where to find homecomings this summer and tips for making them the greatest event you’ve ever attended.

 

Different by a hare | 11

by Lionel Hughes

Telling the snowshoe hare and white-tailed jackrabbit apart isn’t too hard but you have to be quick!

 

Loving and Sharing home | 17

by Lionel Hughes

La Campagna bed and breakfast in Canora blends country quiet and Italian-inspired gourmet.

 

Ruth Smillie has a global vision | 21

by Lionel Hughes

Making theatre an influence in the community.

 

new faces at Saskmade marketplace | 25

by Lionel Hughes

Bringing food producers and consumers together is all about education, good coaching, and a lot of experience.

 

The legacy of the picnic | 71

by Amy Jo Ehman

Community picnics are a treasure worth re-visiting today.

 

the Black Tern | 75

by David Krughoff

Seeing black terns means a little venture into wetlands.

Product Code: SPRFIZRE50

 

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