August/September 2017

In this issue:
  • Editorial / Katherine Burrows
  • Sometimes You Lose / Alyce Gorter
  • Summers on the Shore / Kim Kerr
  • A Traveller's Guide to the 9th Annual Kingston WritersFest / Lin Young
  • A Day for Plant Lovers / Susan Rehner
  • Naturalists Count Species at Annual BioBlitz / Jacqueline Bartnik
  • The Weaned Jay (poem) / Ron Betchley
  • Richard Gaffney: Right on the Edge / Susan Moore
  • The 6160 Project: Part IV / Steve Williams
  • A Natural View: Backyard Bird Declines, Should We Worry? / Terry Sprague
  • New Chapter for the Tamworth Hotel: Refining Character Through Building Restoration / Katherine Burrows
  • Do You Remember: The Family Herald? / Glen R. Goodhand
  • The TECDC 2016-17 Concert Series / Mark Oliver
  • Do I Hear Five-Fifty? / Ron Betchley
  • Wasn't That a Party / Marcella Neely
  • Interested in Food? Isn't Everyone? / Dianne Dowling
  • Tourists in Our Own Country / Grace Smith
  • Helf for an Endangered Songbird / Nicole Senyi
  • Riding Horses (poem) / Jazmin Radford
  • Celebrate Canada 150 in L&A County / Stephen Paul
  • Puzzle Page
  • "In the Money" and "Crinolines and Confederation" / Jane Foster
  • Ancient Ways Promise New Beginnings / Susan Moore and Leora Berman