If you live in Huron County and have an interest in organic farming, you've probably already heard about Meeting Place Organic Farm near Lucknow.
Last year, the Huron Perth Junior Farmers embarked on an ambitious project: to highlight 12 Century Farms over the course of the year (and the families that own them) to bring attention to the program and to tell the story
After an up-and-down first year, which included a devastating fire to the company's initial Westfield headquarters, Eat Local Huron has now settled into a rhythm, connecting Huron County residents with local food producers.
When Pat Leonard and his wife Heather Chechak-Leonard wanted to expand their heirloom vegetable business, they moved from their large farm property on Parr Line in Clinton to a townhouse in Seaforth.
They say that every beekeeper has an origin story of Newtonian revelation, and The Rural Voice Editor Lisa Boonstoppel-Pot is no different. The former dairy farmer, current sharecropper and avid gardener has a hobby farm populated with horses...
Whenever my wife and I make travel plans, we divide up the planning. I book the accommodations and organize transit, while my wife researches whether the place we're going is home to a regional sandwich
In recent years, the conversation around mental health in agriculture has continued to grow and grow, with individual farmers, farm organizations and others all looking to do their part to improve the mental health of farmers in Ontario.
For over a decade, the Gateway Centre of Excellence in Rural Health has been working towards researching and addressing health concerns in rural Ontario; its new S.H.E.D. Talks project is directly focusing on farmers.
Belgrave-based farmer Robert Foreman is the owner and operator of 100 Mile Produce, a farm business focused on growing seasonal vegetables, cultivating partnerships with an expansive network of local Mennonite...
Just under 40 years ago, Lynne Godkin (who was then Lynne Dodds) made history as the second-ever Huron County woman to be crowned Ontario Queen of the Furrow.
Late last year, it was a Huron County woman who earned the right to hold one of the most important positions in Ontario agriculture when Maranda Klaver was crowned the Ontario Queen of the Furrow