Turning off the city and turning on the country

A super fruit mostly adapted to grow in colder climates found its way to the Pontiac out of sheer luck and an openness to adventure.
Embracing a new opportunity, a few years ago Glen Hartle agreed to photograph a friend’s sister’s wedding. In return rather than getting paid he asked his friend’s parents to set him up as a haskap farmer.
“Up until then, I never heard of haskaps in my life,” said Hartle.
For those who are unfamiliar with the fruit, it is a sweet but . . .

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