5 | This Issue
A new normal.
By Caroline Schultz
7 | Earth Watch
Great Lakes Guide, Nature reserve restoration, Bear hunt resumes, New fish in Junction Creek
On the Cover
Could farming help stem climate change? Practitioners of regenerative agriculture are putting the science to the test — and reaping the rewards.
By Cecily Ross
18 | Trail Blazers
An Ontario couple is trekking across Canada to inspire others on outdoor adventures. This summer, Ontario is theirs to discover.
By Conor Mihell
24 | Fool’s Gold
The spread of invasive goldfish is threatening Ontario’s lake habitats and squeezing out native fish. Can these abandoned family pets be kept from running wild?
By Ray Ford
38 | Last Word
Nature’s slide toward sameness.
By Rachel Plotkin
37 | Our Community
Revitalizing our relationship with Mother Earth.
By Kirsten Dahl
Canadian soil, Jewish roots.
By Lisa Richardson
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