via the SLRD's Zero Waste team Huge kudos to the Pemberton Wildlife Association, the SLRD - Squamish-Lillooet Regional District, Lil'wat First Nation (who donated an excavator and operator) and the 17 amazing volunteers who came out to help clean up a long standing illegal dump site along the Green River in the Village of Pemberton. … Continue reading Shout out to the volunteers for cleaning up the illegal dump zone at Green River FSR
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 donating 10% of sales from Garden members enjoying a great local meal as well as funds raised from RONA donating Garden Gift … Continue reading Green Thumbs: Sprouting Forward
Prescription drugs are synthetic, two-dimensional, bioactive molecules that our bodies view as alien and potentially harmful. Drug dosing is therefore precisely calculated to overwhelm our capacity to detoxify and eliminate them completely. In this way, a portion of the dose remains in the body to effect the desired changes in the disease process and the … Continue reading Honour the Earth and Your Connection to her Healing Botanicals
3 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day: 1. Plant something. 2. Get dirty. 3. Pick up some trash (or dog poo.) Do it on your own, with friends, or with Stewardship Pemberton and the Pemberton Creek Community Garden crew.
Every day is Earth Day - a day to celebrate the Earth, pick up litter, plant something, or enjoy the great outdoors. But this year, Earth Day is also enfolded by Pitch in Week, April 21-27, Canada's largest environmental improvement campaign. More than 622,000 Canadians participate in the program each year. Village of Pemberton Council … Continue reading Earth Day, April 22