Q+A: Pemberton Skate Park founders Annikka Snow and Jeff Clarke

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What can we learn from the effort behind the Pemberton Skate Park? If you want something done, then you can do it, as long as you don’t give up… Check out an extract… Continue reading

In the News: Winds of Change

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The Winds of Change Committee is featured in this week’s edition of the Pemberton Page. Pick up a copy of the Question to check it out for yourself or or read a more… Continue reading

Recipe Of The Week: Sweet Spiced Pickled Beets

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Last year I picked up a book, “Well Preserved – Small Batch Preserving For The New Cook” by Mary Anne Dragan so that I could learn how best to preserve beets and other… Continue reading

In Season: New Potatoes

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Farmers Market night tonight! 4pm to 7pm in downtown Pemberton, outside the pharmacy. Local organic potato growers, Across the Creek Organics, harvested their first potatoes last week – starting with the beautiful cascade… Continue reading

Shout Out: Village of Pemberton

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Governments, as a general rule, are more likely to win awards for obfuscation and jargonisation than good communication, which is why it’s nice to see the Village of Pemberton being recognised for Dave… Continue reading

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

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