A century ago in Nova Scotia, Mabel Bell’s garden taught environmental lessons we’re still trying to learn

Alana Pindar is smiling broadly as she nudges a tiny green tomato with the tip of her forefinger. It’s a small victory, this tomato, but a significant one. That tiny tomato represents the first fruit — yes, fruit — of a garden that is as much a tribute as it is her research. Significantly, this … Read more