Aggregates - The High Road - ON Nature Magazine

In a groundbreaking alliance, the aggregate sector and conservation groups, led by Ontario Nature, make common cause on a green certification standard for gravel.

 

http://onnaturemagazine.com/the-high-road.html?mid=540

Published in ON Nature Magazine, Winter 2011 Issue

By Ray Ford

Ontario risks losing a huge swath of prime farmland to the Melancthon quarry

http://this.org/magazine/2011/11/29/melancthon-quarry/

Posted in "This Magazine"

By Matthew Strader, November 29, 2011

Canadian Geographic Magazine - Melancthon Mega-Quarry

Water concerns and environmental risk assessments impede plans for a mega-quarry near the GTA


By Ruth VanDyken

http://www.canadiangeographic.ca/magazine/dec11/ontario_mega_quarry.asp

Canadian Geographic Magazine, December 2011 Issue

Does the Mega Quarry Threaten the Hills Of Headwaters?

Two people with opposing views give opinions on this hot topic.

John Lowndes defends The Highland Companies proposal.

Donna Tranquada argues why it is a bad idea.

Published in "Orangeville Living", Autumn 2011

Since this autumn issue has just come out, it is not available online yet, but is delivered to maiboxes in the Dufferin area. For those in Dufferin, check your mailboxes!

When it is online it can be viewed at http://www.orangevilleliving.ca

Green Gravel

2011 Can a green gravel certification solve the controversies over aggregate in Ontario? It had better, because it may be the only way out of our current mess.

In The Hills Magazine,The Current Issue September 9, Autumn

By Tim Shuff

http://www.inthehills.ca/2011/09/current/green-gravel/