Seasonal Observations: Thimbleberries

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The thimbleberry, or Snow Bramble (Rubus parviflorus) is now bearing fruit. A member of the Rosaceae (Rose Family), the thimbleberry is a perennial flowering plant, native to North America. The fruits or berries of these shrubs… Continue reading

Inspiration: Live with the questions

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Sighted: Hummingbirds

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I haven’t ever put in a hummingbird feeder – I don’t want to give the bears any more reason to come check out my garden, and there’s a little part of me that… Continue reading

Shout Out: Junior World Changers at the Pemberton Library

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The Pemberton Public Library hosted a group at the beginning of the summer that drew 5 young people to come and explore ideas on how they could influence their community, and change the… Continue reading

Event: Pemberton Canoe Association Legion Dinner Fundraiser

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If you’ve noticed a different sort of intense action going on at One Mile Lake lately, that would be the Pemberton Canoe Outrigger Training Camp. After a busy weekend dominating at the BC Summer… Continue reading

Event: Blueberries in at the Pemberton Farmers Market!

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It’s Wednesday. That means Market Day, at the Pemberton Farmers Market, on Frontier Street, from 4pm to 7pm. Now in season? Blueberries, including fresh berries from Pemberton’s newest growers, Hare’s Organica Blueberry Farm,… Continue reading

Event: Gates Lake Community Centre presentation

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The Pemberton Valley Utility Service, along with the SLRD, are hosting an open house to further discussion and receive input on the recreational facilify at Gates Lake. The open house is from 6:00… Continue reading

Job Opportunity: Event Coordinator Wanted

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The Winds of Change is a collaborative public policy initiative of the Mount Currie Band and the Village of Pemberton to reduce the harm associated with drug and alcohol misuse and promoting healthy… Continue reading

Nurturing Community Leadership

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Samahquam community members recently completed the Stepping Stones Certificate in Community Capacity Building offered by Simon Fraser University.  The program was designed for Aboriginal People who want to expand their skills, share them with others, and… Continue reading

In the Garden: Snow Peas

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My snow pea harvest seems to be coming to an end. They’ve done their bit to add nitrogen to the soil, and provide weeks worth of snacks. I love that the French name… Continue reading

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