Fall Winds

I made it home safe and sound last night. Getting into Pemberton I enjoyed the sight of Ts'zil (Mt. Currie) and its beautiful sharpness silhouetted by the moonlight. Later I fell asleep with the almost-full moon shining through my window and the rez dogs barking in the distance, protecting their owners homes from bears and … Continue reading Fall Winds

Garden Journalling workshop at the Library, April 7

Pemberton Multicultural Network, the Dream Makers Community Literacy Colition and Cathy Johnson present a free workshop on companion planting and garden journaling. Learn which plants grow better together and make your own gardening journal. Supplies with be provided. Space is limited and registration is required. Pop into the library or call on 604 894-6916 to … Continue reading Garden Journalling workshop at the Library, April 7

Seedy Saturday seed swap and workshops, March 24, 11am – 3pm at the Downtown Community Barn

Pemberton's Seedy Saturday is returning again this year! Get a Spring in your step by coming down to the barn to trade seeds, take part in our workshops, visit our vendors and get inspired for the summer ahead! There will be the seed trade table, vendors including West Coast Seeds, the Pemberton Seed Library and … Continue reading Seedy Saturday seed swap and workshops, March 24, 11am – 3pm at the Downtown Community Barn

There’s a Chef Battle underway over the soup pots of Pemberton. Tomorrow, you be the judge over who prevails at the $10 Stone Soup Celebration at the Farmers Market

After they cooked up my taco dinner last Friday from their newly acquired food truck, at the Pemberton Farmers Market, I asked Snowline Catering's Angela Bradbury and Matt Prescott if they would be our guestagram team this week. https://www.instagram.com/p/BZfmE7ggUgT/?taken-by=thewellnessalmanac Mostly, because, they are two of the chefs who have agreed to cook soups with amazing … Continue reading There’s a Chef Battle underway over the soup pots of Pemberton. Tomorrow, you be the judge over who prevails at the $10 Stone Soup Celebration at the Farmers Market