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100 Years of Electricity

100 Years of Electricity

The Era’s ‘100 years ago’ page last month showed that after a referendum to see whether Lanark wanted to ‘be electrified’ nine householders signed up to have their homes wired - at their own expense! – so they could hook up to the hydro service.  Things went pretty...

Leave them with Scott!

Leave them with Scott!

Would you like your fall leaves to be used to help Almonte area farmers regenerate healthy soil? As part of my personal attempt to address the climate emergency, I have been learning from the work of a professor in New Mexico how to produce a very special type of...

Learn to Love the Carbon Tax

Learn to Love the Carbon Tax

Driving or walking around town, I am struck by the number of households that have chosen to rip up the front lawn and replace it with all manner of vegetables, shrubs and flowers. I like to think of these innovative individuals as a new kind of homesteader, breaking...

Meet Local Climate Leader Sue Brandum

Meet Local Climate Leader Sue Brandum

Sue Brandum is a local climate leader who has been instrumental in creating the Climate Network Lanark (full name Climate Action Network of Lanark County, Smiths Falls and Region). In this month’s column, she talks about her background, how she came to be so involved...