Not so stupid questions about Indigenous Canada – a guest post by Nicola Jones

Nicola Jones is a smart cookie. The local mom-of-two is a science writer and editor, with a masters degree in journalism, and the ability to speak intelligently about particle physics and oceanography, amongst many other things. She opens up about realizing how much she didn't know, about the place she lives, and the people of this … Continue reading Not so stupid questions about Indigenous Canada – a guest post by Nicola Jones

Chainsaw Handling and Safety workshops coming to Pemberton, April

The Whistler Learning Centre is pleased to announce four Chainsaw Handling courses for spring 2019 The Whistler Learning Centre brings back this popular 1 day 8 hour chainsaw handling course to Whistler and Pemberton in April 2019. Building on the successful delivery of this course in Whistler in 2018 there will be 4 courses offered … Continue reading Chainsaw Handling and Safety workshops coming to Pemberton, April

BATS! New wildlife project invites your bat-sightings

Greg Ferguson, who's name you might recognize as the Blue Heron Project guy, has partnered up with the Pemberton Wildlife Association to coordinate several wildlife projects in our area this year. The new bat project is the first time anyone has looked at the local bat population. He's super interested to hear your sightings, particularly … Continue reading BATS! New wildlife project invites your bat-sightings

Seedy Saturday workshops offer a chance to get enthused about getting your hands dirty, 30th March, 11am – 3pm

Swapping seeds or purchasing some is enough of a draw to battle construction and attend Saturday's Seedy Saturday event at the Pemberton Downtown Community Barn, but added incentive comes in the form of a host of free workshops. Here are my top 12 reasons to head to the Barn this weekend, between 11am and 3pm. … Continue reading Seedy Saturday workshops offer a chance to get enthused about getting your hands dirty, 30th March, 11am – 3pm