Fox Harb'r superintendent grows grass... and grapes

July 23, 2018
Fox Harb'r superintendent Aaron Little, right, inspects grapes with club president Kevin Toth.
Fox Harb'r superintendent Aaron Little, right, inspects grapes with club president Kevin Toth.
July 23, 2018 – The superintendent at Nova Scotia's famed Fox Harb'r Resort – the golf course owned by Tim Hortons co-founder Ron Joyce – wears another hat: grape grower. Aaron Little began growing grapes three years ago at a 26-acre vineyard across from the golf course and, when the crop is ready, will bottle wine bearing the Fox Harb'r name.

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