Seasonal Observations: Wind Drying Salmon at the Bridge River

Tomorrow is the Slow Food Cycle which, for 10 years, has celebrated Pemberton's agricultural  story and its producers, the families living on the land, as stewards and growers.It was founded with a desire to help bridge the gap between town folk and country folk, growers and consumers, people and the land, and bring us all into … Continue reading Seasonal Observations: Wind Drying Salmon at the Bridge River

Input: What does Community Agriculture look like?

Here's an intriguing opportunity from the Village of Pemberton, requesting input from locals and community groups who are interested in improving agriculturally suitable lands for the purposes of farming, to develop a plan for community agricultural parks.Details below from the August 1 press release:The Village has secured tenure on several parcels of land with the … Continue reading Input: What does Community Agriculture look like?

Emily Carr’s love-hate relationship with Pemberton, 7pm tonight at the Library

Did you know that Emily Carr was haunted by Mt Currie?In mid-May 1933, Carr journeyed by rail from Brackendale to Pemberton, past Anderson and Seton Lakes and on to Lillooet, on a working expedition. She wrote of her obsession to capture the mountains at close range: “mountains towering – snow mountains, blue mountains, green mountains, … Continue reading Emily Carr’s love-hate relationship with Pemberton, 7pm tonight at the Library