Here are a few shots from two spring prescribed burns I recently documented for Prince Albert National Park’s fire management team. Read a blog post about the project here, and visit my online gallery for an in-depth look at the burns.
Meet Aldo. He’s an urban donkey, at least half of every year. He winters in the Bishop’s garden at the Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. Along with his companion goat, Alli, Aldo has made quite a splash in this historic district. Continue reading Aldo et ses amis/ Aldo and Friends
Réjean Trottier is pur laine Québeçois, whose family has lived on the chemin du roy (the King’s Highway) between Quebec City and Montreal for generations. Several years ago, on a bit of a whim, Trottier and his uncle hand built two stone wood-fired ovens on the edge of the property adjacent to the highway. Continue reading Verger Trottier/Trottier's Orchard