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Time to poke our heads out of our comfortable nests and venture out into the world again.
Tim McGonigle said there is no truth to rumours of water advisories
My favourite sorts of seedling starters are the plastic cells that fit inside trays
Mayor Peters takes personal leave of absence
The chickens are coming home to roost, so to speak, on this issue during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To get a jump on the season and avoid early spring predation, I sow most plants in flats inside
Lake Cowichan Mayor Rod Peters said the message is "Stay safe, stay home," but at least one CVRD official is hoping people will get out and enjoy the region.
We have long been proponents of getting the Island Rail Corridor back up and running
Pandemic changes Lake Cowichan council's minds
Houses used to be built with a cool room intended for food storage
There are long stretches of the river that fall outside of the Town of Lake Cowichan's boundaries
Until I read Gojmerac's book on bees, I hadn't realized the value of allowing cover crops to flower
Welcome to Lake Flashback. Reporter Sarah Simpson has been combing through old newspapers with the assistance of the Kaatza Station Museum and Archives so we can jog your memory, give you that nostalgic feeling, or just a chuckle, as we take a look at what was making headlines this week around Cowichan Lake in years gone by.
It comes down to this: we need out frontline workers.
I'm hearing that some gardeners in the States cannot find seed packets for sale
'Cautiously optimistic' and fortunate to control their own venue
Now is the time to be hopeful, absolutely. But it's not yet the time to go out and have a big party
Initiative meant to help businesses through pandemic
Unless it gets too dry or hot, bees will happily pollinate until early August.
Forest Cooperative pledges $4,000 a month, Virtual Bottle Drive launched