Profiles of Headwaters
Headwaters Tourism / Handout
We are pie bakers, fly fishers, stone wallers; fiddlers, farriers and farmers; keepers of relics and tellers of stories; artists of the potter’s wheel, the canvas, the horseshoe, the soil and the plate.
Just north of Toronto rest the communities of Erin, Caledon, Dufferin County, Mono and Shelburne. They make-up a little-know region called Headwaters. The Headwaters Tourism Association, having enjoyed working with us on past projects approached us for some ideas on how we could thank their partners and contributors for all their hard work.
We created a mini profile piece that celebrated some of the women and men who live and work in the 2,534-square-kilometre quilt of genuine Ontario country.
This little booklet featured mix of makers & preservers whose ways and wisdom ensure that Headwaters remains ‘where Ontario gets real’. It featured personal points of view on why this area is so special to them and why they choose to make it home. Full length interviews were made available on the Headwaters site.