Faces of the Farmers Market: Hare’s Farm Organic Blueberries

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The Pemberton Farmers’ Market exists to bring Pemberton-area producers and consumers together directly, creating a marketplace for the best-quality, freshest produce in Pemberton, and fostering a healthy and sustainable, professional, organic farming industry… Continue reading

Column: The Things We Take

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So, about that 72 Hour Emergency Kit… For 20 days in May, Pemberton’s Emergency Program Coordinator, Bettina Falloon, posted a step-by-step plan to get your preparedness on, to TheWellnessAlmanac.com.  Day 1, I was… Continue reading

POSTPONED: Lil’wat Nation Land Code Open House, July 22, 5pm-8pm

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Photo of the Day: Ruben Guibert

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Fun to juxtapose this image, against the gallery of #Pembyfest shots that I selected from instagram yesterday. Young people come to Pemberton to get back to nature and enjoy a big music festival.… Continue reading

Photo of the Day: Pemby Fest wind-down Gallery

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Take a Hike: Joffre Lakes

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  If you’re not at the Pemberton Festival this weekend, haven’t left town to avoid the Pemberton Festival, and happen to live on the Mt Currie side of the sight, then here’s a… Continue reading

Recipes!

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Originally posted on Rootdown Organic Farm:
Our CSA members have had two of their weekly harvest boxes so far this season! One of the best, but also most daunting, aspects of getting a…

Shout-Out: Pemberton Fire Rescue and Mount Currie Fire Department

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We kind of expected Pemberton to be making headlines with the Festival coming up, but not for wildfires. Luckily, the blaze that was started under the Hydro lines on Reid Road on Monday… Continue reading

Pemberton Community Barn ribbon-cutting tonight, 4pm-6pm

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  The Timber Framers Guild came and went and have left a striking legacy on downtown Pemberton. In addition to their contributions, a huge number of locals contributed too. Those combined efforts are… Continue reading

Tea and Tales at 2pm: Chief Leonard Andrew presents “Memories of the Railway”

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This year, the Pemberton and District Museum celebrates 100 years of rail.  Tuesday, July 15, is the second Tea & Tales of the summer. Today’s guest speaker is Chief Leonard Andrew presenting “Memories of… Continue reading