Articles by: Candace VetterCandace Vetter
Candice Vetter is Ottawa Life’s rural issues blogger. She was raised on a mixed beef/grain farm in the Prairies and lived in Ottawa for several years before moving to a small 45-acre farm near the city’s boundary. For the last 10 years, she has worked as a freelance writer from her 160- year-old farmhouse. Issues she specializes in are agriculture, water, waste disposal, environment, science, small business, women’s rights and things that make her go, What!?! Her stories appear in over 30 publications, including Ottawa Life Magazine. Ms. Vetter is co-author of Island of Biodiversity—A Natural History of the North Russell Red Shale Hill.