Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory Archive

  • BY MIKE TURCOTTE-MCCUSKER Bugfeast has come to an end, at the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory.

    Eating bugs over March Break

    BY MIKE TURCOTTE-MCCUSKER Bugfeast has come to an end, at the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory.

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  • BY ROLAND FLEMING It might be time to cut back on beef and start eating bugs, according to Entomo Farms co-founder Jarrod Goldin. “I think if people are into lifestyles of health and sustainability … it’s something they should be open-minded about,” he said. Goldin, along with his brothers Darren and Ryan, started a bug farming business just over three years ago and were the first to start a farm of this kind in Canada....

    Hold back on the beef, eat a bug

    BY ROLAND FLEMING It might be time to cut back on beef and start eating bugs, according to Entomo Farms co-founder Jarrod Goldin. “I think if people are into lifestyles of health and sustainability … it’s something they should be open-minded about,” he said. Goldin, along with his brothers Darren and Ryan, started a bug farming business just over three years ago and were the first to start a farm of this kind in Canada....

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  •   By: James Wells  

    Bug Feast at the Cambridge Butterfly Conservatory

      By: James Wells  

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  • BY CALLIE WRIGGLESWORTH It is hard to say what hits you first, the scents or the heat. The two seem to go hand in hand. Stunning hints of jasmine and the perfume of flowers hang in the moist air. You can taste the humidity and feel it seeping through your clothes and into your skin. A hint of rotting fruit is also in the air but it is not distasteful and the constant humming of...

    Tropical Paradise

    BY CALLIE WRIGGLESWORTH It is hard to say what hits you first, the scents or the heat. The two seem to go hand in hand. Stunning hints of jasmine and the perfume of flowers hang in the moist air. You can taste the humidity and feel it seeping through your clothes and into your skin. A hint of rotting fruit is also in the air but it is not distasteful and the constant humming of...

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