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It's a great day to go berry picking! See here, I found currants, huckleberries, blueberries and currants all within a few feet of each other! High-bush and low-bush berries grow in fields and along the roadside almost everywhere on this remarkable territory.

Lots of berries are ripening as you read this, and they're so good for you. Why not pick some for eating with dinner tonight and freeze the rest in a ziplock bag? Berries make any hot cereal or hearty stew even better!
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Today's canning workshop was a big success!

Led by the very talented Lucy Gagnon, we met in the Health Centre kitchen. People of all ages came out to learn how to pickle beets and to can homemade salsa.

As they say back home, "Easy peasy!" Salsa recipe included with this post (from the site www.allrecipes.com)

Watch for the next workshop on pickling, in a couple of weeks.
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Welcome to Moricetown's new Communications Co-ordinator, Christine Bruce!

Born on the Manitoulin Island of Anishnaabe and French-Canadian blood, my life has been devoted to telling stories. As a published author and radio broadcaster, and a technical writer by profession, I guess you could say I’m a professional listener.

Adventurous by nature, I’ve stood on glaciers and the equator, hiked through jungles, cycled up volcanoes and gasped at the aurora borealis. Various creatures—feral cats, eagles and hawks, komodo dragons—have interacted affectionately with me. (Heck, I was once rescued by an Icelandic pony!) Through all that, I learned the value of learning and then sharing truths. My children regularly inspire the environmentalist in me, and I’m astonished that anyone could not be startled at life.

What I know of Moricetown already—the gracious people, the rich heritage, the stunning landscape—all of this is knocking my socks off with its storytelling potential. I can’t wait to meet you.

—Christine Bruce,
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For more information, visit www.moricetown.ca
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September 7 @ 12:00 pm - September 8 @ 5:00 pm
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