the hopefulness of spring

Added on by Erin.
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This morning, as the light snow falls in Calgary, we're looking back at issue #9. Did you know that issue #9, our food and gardening-inspired issue is almost out of print? Purchase this back issue today, before they're all gone. We do not reprint back issues nor are they available as digital downloads.

"There’s a sort of restlessness that occurs just before spring. A growing impatience, one that has us longing to cut winter off at the knees and run willy nilly into the hopefulness of spring. We stand at the edge of one season and peer longingly into the next—one that promises warmer weather, longer days, a life lived outside again. Spring. Suddenly, the signs are everywhere. Tiny pops of purple crocus in the unlikeliest places, clumps of happy yellow daffodils, trees that seem to explode with blooms. " — Andrea Jenkins, Issue #9

You can read Andrea's entire piece in issue #9, our food and gardening-inspired issue. Issue #9 is our oldest available back issue and is almost sold out.