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3 Days 3 Hours Ago

FENCE POSTS: The View from the Top author: Dan Needles illustrator: Shelagh Armstrong True Confessions from the Ninth Concession LAST YEAR IN THIS SPACE I WROTE ABOUT PAINTING MY BARN. That was a totally unnecessary project and a shameless vanity because barns do not require paint. You only have to drive a mile into the countryside before you will find any number of barns that have been standing happily for over a century without a lick of paint. A farmhouse, however, is a totally different matter, especially an old one made of wood. I put pine board-and-batten siding on this house 40 years ago and the relentless wind that sweeps off the mountain has removed five separate coats of paint over that time. I enjoy painting because it gives me lots of uninterrupted time to think. People seldom bother you when you are up 20 feet painting an eavestrough, just as they don’t come near you when you are beekeeping or forking steamy piles of manure. To read more: https://www.watershedmagazine.com/index.php/fence-posts. . . . #countrylife #watershedmagazine #danneedles #viewfromthetop #cobourg #porthope #warkworth #campbellford #trenton #belleville #wellington #bloomfield #picton

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3 Days 21 Hours Ago

OPEN HOUSE! • These shots are snippets from our lifestyle video. 🎥 Check out our IGTV 📺, YouTube ▶️, our Facebook page, or on MLS under the MultiMedia Tab to watch. • Sweet Escape... You can just feel the stress of the day melt away as you drive down the peaceful country road flanked by trees and corn fields, leading you to this awesome 3 bedroom, 3 bath, open concept bungalow situated on approximately 4.5 acres of treed privacy. Enjoy the big night sky, and views from your patio overlooking the charming horse barn & paddock. Wonderful home for young family or retiree. Don't miss this gem situated 10 min's to 401 for commuter convenience. • MLS® # 156676 #royallepageproalliance #watershedmagazine #openhouse #109dalmasroad #quintewest #northumberlandcounty #horses #horsebarn #royallepage #homesandland #bungalow #bungalowliving #countrylife #countryliving #horsefarm #realtorlife #yourdreamteamquinte #designpromotesell

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6 Days 4 Hours Ago

INNOVATION: A Heady Partnership author: @meghansheffield @provincebrands and @loyalistcollege are on-track to deliver an industry game changer – Cannabis Beer. DOOMA WENDSCHUH IS A QUIRKY, HIGH ENERGY GUY. He’s also straight-laced and work-driven. In fact, Dooma isn’t even his real name, but a college nickname that he’s retained, partly for efficiency’s sake: “I never have to leave my last name when I’m making calls.” Dooma is the driving force behind a bold new idea that’s quickly becoming a reality: cannabis beer. If ever a notion deserved the term ‘pipe dream’, it was this one, but Dooma is a guy who makes things happen. Province Brands, of which Dooma Wendschuh is CEO and cofounder, is on track to deliver the world’s first ever, legal cannabis-based beer – and they’re doing it with the help of Belleville’s Loyalist College. Earlier this year, Loyalist was awarded over $300,000 by the provincial government’s College Applied Research and Development Fund to partner with Toronto’s Province Brands to research and scale up the process of creating cannabis beer and to give student technicians the opportunity to work on real world, industry problems. Province Brands matched the hefty sum. To read more: https://www.watershedmagazine.com/index.php/innovations. . . #innovation #belleville #loyalistcollege #provincebrands #cannabisbeer #watershedmagazine

OPEN HOUSE • Saturday, October 13th from 1:30-3:00 pm • 1243 Clearview Road, Stirling • Custom built 3 bedroom, 3 bath Lidster Home bordering Belleville & Centre Hastings, an easy drive on scenic roads to Stirling, Madoc, Tweed or 401. Beautiful, bright & spacious open concept with awesome master suite featuring his & hers closets, glass shower, freestanding tub and double vanity. Full walk-out lower level with entertainment bar leading to your hot tub patio + a BONUS triple bay garage. Enjoy the best of both worlds on your private 6+ acres - you'll want to see this beauty for yourself! • MLS® 157578 • $625,000 #houseforsale #1243clearviewroad #stirling #stirlingontario #bungalow #walkoutbungalow #countryliving #countrylife #lidsterhomes #royallepage #gonevintage #homesandland #watershedmagazine #acreage #royallepageproalliance #openhouse

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10 Days 2 Hours Ago

HABITAT: Lessons from the Forest author: Norm Wagenaar “Let children walk with Nature, let them see the beautiful blendings and communions of death and life, their joyous inseparable unity.” JOHN MUIR TIME SPENT IN THE WOODS IS ONE OF LIFE'S SUBLIME AND SIMPLE PLEASURES - unstructured time to think of nothing and everything all at once. As such, the experience of the woods might seem the polar opposite of what we commonly think of as ‘education’ with its classrooms, shut windows, rigid schedules and homogenous expectations. But there is learning aplenty in the forests of Watershed country, for students of all ages participating in activities that not only benefit students but, in some cases, add to the body of knowledge of what we know about our local ecosystems. And in these times of climate change and a myriad of other human-caused stresses on the globe’s sustaining natural systems, understanding how the environment works becomes all the more crucial if we wish to make reasoned decisions in the decades ahead. Earlier this year, the Ganaraska Forest was the site of a ‘bioblitz’ in which 40 biologists and naturalists combed its various ecosystems in a bid to count each of its species and, in the process, fill in several gaps about what we know about those species. @chrisketola @rltacademy To read the article, please visit: https://www.watershedmagazine.com/index.php/habitat. . . . #ganaraskaconservation #outdoorlearning #watershedmagazine #roadlesstraveledacademy #northumberlandcounty #bayofquinte #princeedwardcounty

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12 Days 4 Hours Ago

Grassroots Democracy author: Orland French illustration: Tim Snyder October 22 is municipal election day in Ontario. A former political pundit checks in with local candidates, delves into the issues and delivers the answers. THE COLOURFUL SIGNS OF FALL ARE GROWING ALL AROUND US. Red, blue, white, green. "Vote for Tom." "Re-elect Dick." "One More Time for Mary." Reeve, mayor councillor, school board trustee. Their signs are sprouting on trees, on fences, on lawns and in ditches. Who are these people and why should you care? Here’s one reason to care: they spend your tax dollars on things that are closest to your life. Road grading in summer, snow ploughing in winter. Garbage removal and recycling. Keeping the library open at convenient hours. And making sure the Zamboni is circling the ice at the local arena. Here’s a bigger reason to care: they are building your community. There’s more to serving on council than spending tax revenues. Your council should also be planning your community for the future. The kind of community you get depends on the kind of people you elect to your local council. Find out who they are and what they stand for before you vote. Do they reflect your values? To read more: https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/grassroots-democracy. . . #municipalelection2018 #october22 #knowyourcandidates #knowtheissues #watershedmagazine #trenthills #cobourgontario #porthopeontario #northumberlandcounty #bellevilleontario #quintewest #princeedwardcounty #picton #bloomfield #wellington

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16 Days 3 Hours Ago

CULTURAL CURRENTS: Leslie Fruman @clayshapes author: Conrad Beaubien photography: Keith Beaty STEPPING INTO LESLIE FRUMAN’S SURROUNDS IS TENFOLD THE EXPERIENCE OF MUSÉE DE L’ORANGERIE IN PARIS, which houses the titanic Water Lily series of Claude Monet. In Fruman’s space, the lilies blanket her outdoor landscape, offering a daily panorama of oranges, whites and yellows. “My work in clay references my immediate world,” Leslie begins, as we sit on a sweep of veranda overlooking the mouth of the Black River in Prince Edward County. Fruman is stirred by the ‘Wabi-Sabi’ aesthetic, a philosophy that finds balance in simplicity, and beauty in imperfection. “I roll out a slab of clay, texture it with a pattern, cut it and allow it to speak to me. It’s the surface story, and then the shape it calls for, that’s fun.” Leslie lines up some examples: “I’ve done what I call wall pockets where the mix of imbedded marks may be from a doily, a woodblock stamp, plant samples, a Persian rug and here, I’ve made a set of dishes using the gingko leaf ’s innate patterns. A clay-shape could end up becoming an air-plant holder or a plate in a palette of aqua and greens.” Following a career in network television and journalism, Clayshapes is the centrepiece of Leslie’s experience today. “It’s a privilege to be able to do what I do here in this mystic setting. Once my new studio is finished I don’t know where it’ll take me next.” https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/cultural-currents. . . #culturalcurrents #lesliefruman #clayshapes #celebratingartists #watershedmagazine #princeedwardcounty

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16 Days 21 Hours Ago

🌳 Just a little #psa !! 🌱Metro has mini fiddle leaf figs in cute grey pots & they’re on sale for $12.99! We’ve been purchasing them lately to stage some of our listings! 📸 🏡 If you want the legit tree contact Rebecca @flowersbydustin (couldn’t be more obsessed with mine!) 🖤 #fiddleleaffig #fiddleleaf #condolife #condoliving #plants #plantlife #greenery #myhomesense #designpromotesell #homestager #homestaging #realestate #realtorlife #royallepage #yourdreamteamquinte #bellevilleontario #bayofquinteliving #watershedmagazine #homesandland #greenliving #greenlivingroom #apartmenttherapy #interiorsbyydtq

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18 Days 4 Hours Ago

WATERSHED PRESENTS: Cobourg Remembers the Great War author: Hugh Brewster Special thanks to Bryan Mercer @cobourgtourism - be sure to experience all that #cobourgarmistice has to offer: http://experiencecobourg.ca/our-stories/historically-speaking/armistice-18/ "At eleven o’clock this morning came to an end the cruellest and most terrible War that has ever scourged mankind. I hope we may say that thus, this fateful morning, came to an end all wars.” British Prime Minister David Lloyd George “THE WAR CAME OUT OF A CLEAR SKY” REMEMBERED STEPHEN LEACOCK OF AUGUST 4, 1914, “the clear sky of vacation time, of the glory of the Canadian summer.” In the fashionable resort town of Cobourg, known as the Newport of the North, the harbour was dotted with pleasure craft and the horns from ferries sounded as they brought more visitors to the town’s hotels. The residents of Cobourg’s summer colony were already ensconced in their palatial homes on the west side of town – the Fitzhughs from Washington in Ravensworth, and the Donnellys from Pittsburgh in Strathmore – among many other social registry names. The garden parties and croquet matches were in full swing and everyone was looking forward to the annual horse show that capped the summer season. To read the article in full, please visit: https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/watershed-presents-2. . . . #armisticecobourg18 #cobourgtourism #watershedmagazine #cobourghistory #lestweforget🌺 #northumberlandcounty

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20 Days 4 Hours Ago

BEYOND THE GARDEN GATE: From Farmers’ Markets to Canada’s Top Restaurants author: Alana Fearnall photography: @matthew_botha The @Enright cattleco embodies a new approach to agriculture that focuses on sustainability and creativity THE SUN IS JUST ABOUT TO SLIP BELOW THE HORIZON as Kara Enright and her son walk up from the lower field. Days are long at Enright Cattle Company. The chores are backbreaking, mother nature can prove difficult at the best of times, and Kara’s phone never stops ringing as she accepts calls from preferred restaurants, orders from a growing farm gate clientele and from customers looking for her leather products. Kara is a fourth-generation farmer who runs the family beef operation with her husband Darold – also a fourth-generation farmer. Running a farm is no small undertaking but raising a young family and running a sustainable operation that supplies Simmental beef to some of Canada’s best restaurants takes an inordinate amount of energy, patience and unconventional thinking to keep the business growing. Kara and Darold, along with their children – Corben and Evelyn – and their extended family head up operations at the Enright Cattle Company, a 95-acre beef farm in the heart of Hastings County. In a sea of 1,000-acre corporate farms, the Enrights’ beef farm seems small. But the success of the company isn’t based on size, it’s based on a unique business model that sets them apart from factory farms – a business model built on the foundation of her family’s farming heritage and a determination to run a sustainable operation that produces the highest quality of beef and utilizes as much of the animal as possible – a nose-to-tail way of thinking. Read more at: https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/beyond-the-garden-gate. . . #enrightcattlecompany #tweedontario #sustainablefarming #nosetotail #bestbeef #watershedmagazine #hastingscounty #northumberlandcounty #princeedwardcounty #bayofquinte

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22 Days 4 Hours Ago

Yay! Our original Watershed Magazine Instagram Page is back up and running! We will be maintaining both pages for awhile but please be sure to follow us @watershedmagazine #wewerehackedbutgotouraccountbackyay #watershedmagazine #followus #shareus #joinus

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22 Days 4 Hours Ago

The Canadian Company That Could (Reposting to our original Watershed Instagram Page... yes we got our original Instagram back 💕🙌🏽🥂) author: @micolmarotti photography: @johnnycylam A clothing business with roots in Watershed Country has trailblazed the way for female entrepreneurs SITTING IN THE DINING ROOM OF THE WAMBOLDT HOUSE before their winter clothing launch is like being invited to a colourful dinner party where charcuterie platters, fine cheeses and petit fours are replaced with swatches of brilliantly coloured chiffons, sheer overlays and jewelled belts that glitter in the light from the chandelier that hangs above this feast of fabric. Lisa Wamboldt and her mother Dianne walk along a hallway lined with racks upon racks of flowing sundresses and monochromatic wraps, plucking an item here and there for careful pairing. Lisa’s brother Brian gives a thumbs up as he walks by while negotiating distribution schedules with someone over the phone. “I think Christmas is one of the few times we actually have food on this table,” laughs Lisa. She recalls, “I actually can’t remember a time when my mom wasn’t involved in the clothing business. She was either at the sewing machine making clothes for us or measuring us for new outfits, or cutting dress patterns at the dining room table.” Read more at: https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/the-canadian-company-that-could. . . #womeninbusiness #lisaanddiannewamboldt #thecanadiancompanythatcould #localmanufacturing #northumberlandcounty #watershedmagazine

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22 Days 5 Hours Ago

#fall #bayofquinte #bwbelleville Repost from @watershedmagazine2 - This is a busy weekend in Watershed Country ... but two events you MUST check out: MUST LISTEN Porchfest Belleville Old East Hill, Belleville Saturday, September 29, 1-4pm porchfest.ca Unplug with Porchfest – a neighbourhood nod to the power of music and community. Dozens of musicians will take to porches in the East Hill area to entertain and showcase Belleville’s eclectic music scene, performing everything from jazz to classical music. Make a day of it; wander from house to house and enjoy this fun, free, family event presented by the Rotary Club of Belleville. MUST GO BATTY Bat Day Ferris Provincial Park, Campbellford Saturday, September 29, 1pm friendsofferris.ca Discover the wonders of the nocturnal creatures that scoop up countless mosquitoes and bugs, spread fruit and flower seeds, and pollinate our flowers. Dr. Christina Davy, a Species at Risk Research Scientist with the MNRF is coming to Ferris Park where she’ll spend the afternoon sharing her knowledge about bats – how to build and locate a bat house, how to identify bat species and understand the effects of white nose syndrome on the bat population. https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/must-must-must. . . #bellevilleporchfest2018 #friendsofferris #mustattendevents #watershedmagazine

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23 Days 3 Hours Ago

This is a busy weekend in Watershed Country ... but two events you MUST check out: MUST LISTEN Porchfest Belleville Old East Hill, Belleville Saturday, September 29, 1-4pm porchfest.ca Unplug with Porchfest – a neighbourhood nod to the power of music and community. Dozens of musicians will take to porches in the East Hill area to entertain and showcase Belleville’s eclectic music scene, performing everything from jazz to classical music. Make a day of it; wander from house to house and enjoy this fun, free, family event presented by the Rotary Club of Belleville. MUST GO BATTY Bat Day Ferris Provincial Park, Campbellford Saturday, September 29, 1pm friendsofferris.ca Discover the wonders of the nocturnal creatures that scoop up countless mosquitoes and bugs, spread fruit and flower seeds, and pollinate our flowers. Dr. Christina Davy, a Species at Risk Research Scientist with the MNRF is coming to Ferris Park where she’ll spend the afternoon sharing her knowledge about bats – how to build and locate a bat house, how to identify bat species and understand the effects of white nose syndrome on the bat population. https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/must-must-must. . . #bellevilleporchfest2018 #friendsofferris #mustattendevents #watershedmagazine

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23 Days 3 Hours Ago

This is a busy weekend in Watershed Country ... but two events you MUST check out: MUST LISTEN Porchfest Belleville Old East Hill, Belleville Saturday, September 29, 1-4pm porchfest.ca Unplug with Porchfest – a neighbourhood nod to the power of music and community. Dozens of musicians will take to porches in the East Hill area to entertain and showcase Belleville’s eclectic music scene, performing everything from jazz to classical music. Make a day of it; wander from house to house and enjoy this fun, free, family event presented by the Rotary Club of Belleville. MUST GO BATTY Bat Day Ferris Provincial Park, Campbellford Saturday, September 29, 1pm friendsofferris.ca Discover the wonders of the nocturnal creatures that scoop up countless mosquitoes and bugs, spread fruit and flower seeds, and pollinate our flowers. Dr. Christina Davy, a Species at Risk Research Scientist with the MNRF is coming to Ferris Park where she’ll spend the afternoon sharing her knowledge about bats – how to build and locate a bat house, how to identify bat species and understand the effects of white nose syndrome on the bat population. https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/must-must-must. . . #porchfestbelleville2018 #friendsofferris #mustattendeventsthisweekend #trenthills #belleville #watershedmagazine

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24 Days 22 Hours Ago

Ed’s House Honouring the Journey - Northumberland Hospice Care Centre author: Cecilia Nasmith Northumberland Community builds Compassionate Palliative Care Centre WHEN THE FIRST EXCAVATOR SINKS ITS TEETH INTO THE EARTH ON THE FUTURE site of the Northumberland Hospice Care Centre, there will be a collective sigh of relief coming from all those who have experienced the trials and tears of guiding loved ones through their final days. Their dream and the dream of so many volunteers of a comprehensive, benevolent centre for compassionate end-of-life care – a place where symptoms and pain are managed and the quality of death is honoured – will be coming to fruition. Stewart Richardson, the project's building-committee head and capital-campaign volunteer, recognized the need for better palliative care services when he watched his wife and her sisters attempt to navigate a system that would allow his father-in-law to die at home. Although they had doctors and volunteers who helped, in the long run, the family was left to manage the heavy lifting and profound decisions on their own. After his father-in-law’s death, Stewart toured The Bridge Hospice in Warkworth and questioned why there was only one, three-bed residential hospice in Northumberland County. This motivated him to direct his concern into action. Stewart initiated discussions with Community Care Northumberland and ultimately provided seed money to help finance the studies that resulted in the 2017 provincial-funding announcement of a $1.2 million capital building fund. To read the article in full: https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/ed-s-house-honouring-the-journey. #honouringthejourney #watershedmagazine #northumberlandhospicecarecentre #communitytogetherforacause

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25 Days 3 Hours Ago

Ed’s House Honouring the Journey - Northumberland Hospice Care Centre author: Cecilia Nasmith Northumberland Community builds Compassionate Palliative Care Centre WHEN THE FIRST EXCAVATOR SINKS ITS TEETH INTO THE EARTH ON THE FUTURE site of the Northumberland Hospice Care Centre, there will be a collective sigh of relief coming from all those who have experienced the trials and tears of guiding loved ones through their final days. Their dream and the dream of so many volunteers of a comprehensive, benevolent centre for compassionate end-of-life care – a place where symptoms and pain are managed and the quality of death is honoured – will be coming to fruition. Stewart Richardson, the project's building-committee head and capital-campaign volunteer, recognized the need for better palliative care services when he watched his wife and her sisters attempt to navigate a system that would allow his father-in-law to die at home. Although they had doctors and volunteers who helped, in the long run, the family was left to manage the heavy lifting and profound decisions on their own. After his father-in-law’s death, Stewart toured The Bridge Hospice in Warkworth and questioned why there was only one, three-bed residential hospice in Northumberland County. This motivated him to direct his concern into action. Stewart initiated discussions with Community Care Northumberland and ultimately provided seed money to help finance the studies that resulted in the 2017 provincial-funding announcement of a $1.2 million capital building fund. To read the article in full: https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/ed-s-house-honouring-the-journey. . . #edshouse #honouringthejourney #northumberlandhospicecarecentre #communitycomestogether #watershedmagazine #northumberlandcounty

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27 Days 3 Hours Ago

Lager Heads: Meet the Local People serving up Home-Brewed Suds all across Watershed Country author Tom Cruickshank IF I’VE LEARNED ONE THING AS I RESEARCHED THIS ARTICLE, it’s that craft brewers fit a certain personality type. Almost to a man – and for whatever reason, it usually is a man – he’s a likeable guy, with a winning smile and an affable manner that lends him to a career in sales or marketing. But he’s also of a certain age – say, 40-plus – and weary of the corporate world in which he started his working life. Blessed with an entrepreneurial spirit, he’s ready to make that mid-life change, do something more creative, something that is uniquely his. Most of all, he’s someone who loves to entertain. In college, he was the guy with a two-four under his arm, inviting friends over to the dorm to crack open some cold ones. When you think about it, he’s doing the same thing today. At the helm of a microbrewery, he’s still the guy who hosts the party and brings the beer. That’s pretty much the story behind most of the craft brewers in this article. But they are also a business-savvy breed, well aware of a trend that is sweeping the beer industry. To read more: https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/lager-heads @williamstreetbeer @signalbrewingcompany #fronterrafarmbrewery @555brewingco MORE LOCAL SUDS In addition to the breweries profiled in this article, Watershed Country is host to several others: @barleydayson #thebicklefarmvalleyhops #celticbrewery @churchkeybeer #lakeonthemontainbrewery @mackinnonbrewing @midtownbrewingcompany @napaneebeer #northumberlandhillsbrewery @oldflamebrewery @parsonsbrewing @princeeddysbrewing @wildcardbrewco . . . #watershedmagazine #craftbeer #quintecraft #northumberlandcraftbeer #princeedwardcountycraftbeer

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28 Days 18 Hours Ago

Watershed loves Cultivate! One of the best festivals around ... and it’s here in Port Hope😍. . . #cultivatefesitval #porthopeontario #localsupportinglocal #watershedmagazine #localfood #localartists #localdrinks #northumberlandcounty

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2018-09-21 05:06:16

Watershed Presents: Prince Edward County’s 25th Anniversary Studio Tour author: Janet Davies It's This Weekend! Prince Edward County’s iconic studio tour is celebrating a milestone anniversary with more artists, more locations and a commemorative book TALKING TO DALE WAINWRIGHT, THE CHAIR OF THIS YEAR’S PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY STUDIO TOUR made me think of something Peta Hall, founder of the tour, an acclaimed potter and arts activist, one of those diminutive women who punch far above their weight, told artists at a meeting about 15 years ago. “Remember,” she said, as volunteers and artists fidgeted on town hall chairs. “The tour is not about you making money.” Spontaneous laughter and groans, and one or two feigned falling off their chairs, but she went on. “It’s about welcoming the public in to your workspace to show them what you do and how you do it, maybe talk about why you do it. It’s a chance to share your creative process.” The grumbles turned to nods and murmurs of agreement, because, of course, they got it – art is about communicating. This year, the Prince Edward County Studio Tour is celebrating its 25th birthday with gusto: 28 locations, 38 artists, a commemorative book of art paired with poetry – cleverly called the County CollAboRaTive – and two, one-day exhibitions of works collected from this celebratory keepsake. https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/watershed-presents. . . #pecstudiotour2018 #watershedmagazine #princeedwardcounty #artisimportant #artinthecounty

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2018-09-19 07:07:40

The Watershed Region is home to a number of cideries that offer a taste to the fall season. Here we visit a few producers recommended by resident Food & Drink contributor @jeffeatslocal https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/food-drink-scene @applefallscider Hopped is the result of a daringly delicious collaboration with fellow PEC producers, Pyramid Ferments – that combines cider from apples along with raspberries, hops and kombucha for a clean, light, and refreshing new taste. applefallscider.ca Meet the County’s heavyweight cidery. The @countycider has been making award-winning ciders for over 20 years. I prefer the original Waupoos Premium Cider, which is dry and complex and can be imbibed anywhere. countycider.com To the best of my knowledge, Ryan and Nicole Monkman of FieldBird Cider are producing the first still, or non-sparkling, cider in the area. With a robust expression of terroir, their 2017 Northern Spy starts like a bright dry Riesling and then becomes more complex and layered in a way I’ve never experienced before. fieldbirdcider.com @empirecider cider maker, Chris McRae, is a purist. He crafts a traditional cider with six apple varieties from orchards in the area and locally-sourced honey. The cider is unfiltered, unpasteurized and bottle-carbonated. empirecider.ca . . #watershedmagazine #localciderproducers #fieldbirdcider #applefallscider #countycidercompany #empirecider

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2018-09-17 05:26:20

We have received a lot of positive feedback about the Fall Issue. So wonderful to hear! Thank you to our readers who take the time to say what they love about the magazine - including a number of you who sent photos of Watershed Magazine on coffee tables! Where is your favourite place to display your Watershed? . . . #favouriteplacetodisplaywatershedmagazine #thankyoutoourreaders #wereallylikeyoutoo #coffeetable #watershedmagazine

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2018-09-14 05:56:30

MUST CELEBRATE It’s not every day that a local business celebrates a quarter century of success. Herma Ender, the elegant, soft-spoken owner of her bespoke gourmet emporium plans to mark the milestone by serving up a celebration that shares her love of fine food and shows her appreciation for the customers who have supported her over the years. Starting in mid-November, Herma’s will host a series of Saturday open houses that showcase her cheeses and gourmet foods. Come toast the woman behind this business and celebrate a landmark anniversary. Herma’s Fine Foods & Gifts Hwy. 28, 6 km north of Port Hope hermas.ca Cheers to a Quarter Century of Success! . . #mustcelebrate #businesssuccess #watershedmagazine #northumberlandcounty #northofporthope #hermas

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2018-09-12 05:10:27

The Canadian Company That Could authors: @micolmarotti photography: @johnnycylam A clothing business with roots in Watershed Country has trailblazed the way for female entrepreneurs SITTING IN THE DINING ROOM OF THE WAMBOLDT HOUSE before their winter clothing launch is like being invited to a colourful dinner party where charcuterie platters, fine cheeses and petit fours are replaced with swatches of brilliantly coloured chiffons, sheer overlays and jewelled belts that glitter in the light from the chandelier that hangs above this feast of fabric. Lisa Wamboldt and her mother Dianne walk along a hallway lined with racks upon racks of flowing sundresses and monochromatic wraps, plucking an item here and there for careful pairing. Lisa’s brother Brian gives a thumbs up as he walks by while negotiating distribution schedules with someone over the phone. “I think Christmas is one of the few times we actually have food on this table,” laughs Lisa. She recalls, “I actually can’t remember a time when my mom wasn’t involved in the clothing business. She was either at the sewing machine making clothes for us or measuring us for new outfits, or cutting dress patterns at the dining room table.” Read more at: https://watershedmagazine.com/index.php/the-canadian-company-that-could. . . #canadianmanufacturing #supportingcanadianmade #righthereinnorthumberlandcounty #watershedmagazine #rapzlifestyleclothing #toujourselegant #cabananaturals #lisawamboldt #diannewamboldt

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2018-09-10 05:40:11

Letters to the Editor @entomofarms : The Future of Food Thank you for the recent article on Entomo Farms and for helping to get the word out about our vision to bring a sustainable and nutrient-dense cricket protein superfood to market. And for telling the people in the Watershed area that Entomo Farms has an eye on the future of food, the changing landscape of global agriculture and our obligation to care for the environment. Dr. Jarrod Goldin, President, Entomo Farms, Norwood. . . #watershedmagazine #lettertotheeditor #entomofarms #futureoffood

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2018-09-09 05:38:47

I love this magazine so much, I want to be a part of it... please see my half page on 4. Happy Sunday everyone! #watershedmagazine #lifestyle

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2018-09-07 19:42:50

Thank you to @cultivatefestival and @headwatersfarm.ca and all the incredible chefs and organizers for an incredible evening! . . #cultivatelaunchparty #watershedmagazine #northumberlandcounty #localfood

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2018-09-06 05:39:08

Delivery of the magazines started earlier this week... grab a copy at your favourite retail space. . . #deliveryday #watershedmagazine #jasperthewatersheddog #megtheartdirector

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2018-09-05 06:52:53

Oh look! It’s me! The Fall issue of Watershed Magazine has a lovely little feature (p82) about me and my work. Watershed is a gorgeous quarterly magazine that covers life in Northumberland, Prince Edward County and Quinte. Known for their beautifully composed pages, this magazine is never on the shelf long. I’ve been reading and admiring it in The County for years. Thrilled to be inside its beautiful covers (second pic is of the fall cover). Go get it while you can! Thanks Watershed! . #princeedwardcounty #countyup #pec #watershedmagazine @cdkgwfp2kdbyf0 #pottery #ceramics