Event: Womens Institute Plant and Bake Sale, Saturday, 9am – noon

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Pemberton Women’s Institute Annual Bake and Plant Sale. Shop for garden plants, home baking and seed potatoes. Saturday 4th May – 9am to noon – Legion Parking Lot For those in the know,… Continue reading

Event: 24 Hour Drum, starts Friday at 9am

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24-Hour Drum Event at the Pemberton Secondary School 9am-3pm school aged children/youth 3pm-10pm – public 10pm-9am – student leaders BY DONATION – ALL proceed towards a youth centre in Mt.Currie. The event is open… Continue reading

Seasonal Observations On the Farm: I’ll Be Dammed

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Walking the farm in spring is done every year : checking out what has gone on during the winter, which fences need repair, how much damage has the harsh season done. This year… Continue reading

Tomorrow is International Sunflower Guerilla Gardening Day. Are you ready?

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Seven years ago, guerrilla gardeners in Brussels decared 1 May the day for people all everywhere to go out beyond our gardens and plant sunflower seeds in the hope that they will bring… Continue reading

Photo of the Week: Stefanie Hurtubise

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Congratulations to Stefanie Hurtubise for this awesome, if not slightly scary shot of Nairn Falls. With all the snow melt and April showers there’s certainly plenty of water rushing over them. Don’t forget to… Continue reading

Green Thumbs: Sprouting Forward

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Thank you to everyone who came out to support a very successful Fundraiser at Mile One to kick off the 2013 Community Garden Season. With renewals and money raised by Mile One generously… Continue reading

Instagram Gallery Update

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With the newly re-connected Valley Loop trail we thought we’d show you all what you’ve been missing and just how good a 2 hour walk can be. Follow us To see our latest… Continue reading

Event: Project of Heart workshop, April 30

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“Many factors, including a history of discrimination, help explain aboriginal poverty across Canada. In terms of what can be done today, education should loom large. It should loom large, but it doesn’t.” March… Continue reading

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Green Thumb: Growing Dahlias

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Sam and I drove down to Van on Sunday  to hit the annual tuber sale hosted at the beautiful Van Dusen Gardens. The drive was nice and smooth and once past Squamish I scoped out… Continue reading

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