Gardening the old-fashioned way

By W. Brice Mcvicar The Intelligencer
Kim Hadwen is returning to his roots and he’s hoping area residents will join him in his journey back in time.
Hadwen, along with his wife Jean, will be renting out plots of land on his Wallbridge-Loyalist Road farm in 2010 encouraging people to grow their own vegetables without the use of any pesticides or herbicides. Not only will any crops grown be free of such sprays, but the field where they grow will be tilled by a team of eight horses pulling the plow.

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