On Thursday, April 12, we shared an update, via John Tschopp, of western toads mating, and invited people to share the things that signal spring to them. Here's what spring looks like, through our collective eyes! Baby Stellar Jays - Diane Zaste Hummingbirds come looking for your feeder - Tat7ush Peters The song of the … Continue reading Spring Things
My favourite correspondent, John Tschopp, has broken away from his usual orthithological themed observations to share this one, for our collective phenology journal. Phenology, derived from the Greek word phaino, meaning "to show or appear," is literally "the science of appearance." It is a segment of ecology focused on the study of periodic plant and animal lifecycle … Continue reading Seasonal observations: It’s spring and love is in the air
The Women’s Institute’s annual Plant and Bake Sale takes place Saturday, May 3, from 9am until noon, in the Pemberton Legion parking lot. For those in the know, it is the best place to pick up Pemberton-tested plants and seeds, and then to recover from the frenzy at the baking and concession stand inside the … Continue reading Event: Women’s Institute Plant and Bake Sale, May 3
Excited to announce the debut our newest photographer in the Photo of the Week crew - Ruben Guibert. Hi. My name is Ruben Guibert. I was born on May 6 2000. I was born and raised in the Sea to Sky and I love riding my bike with my friends and taking pictures of my … Continue reading Photo of the Week: Ruben Guibert
We featured Polek's inspiring Photo A Day practice last month, and are stoked that he has agreed to share his choice of image once a month, as part of our new Sunday column.
Go cashed up and kidless (it's 19+ only) to Mt Currie Coffee Co on Saturday, from 7:30pm to 11pm, help the Pemberton BMX crew fulfil their mission: "to build a track that Pemberton can be proud of." There will be beverages, nibbles, tshirts for sale, 50/50 tickets and silent auction items with donations from Pan … Continue reading Event: Party Fundraiser for the BMX Track, Apr 5
Spring is here! After the inward time of winter, spring awakens our senses, brings new shoots and new growth and vibrant colours all around us. Naturally we want to spend more time outdoors in order to absorb the fresh air and welcome the return of vegetation all around us. In Chinese medicine, spring is the … Continue reading Nutrition: Garlic Scapes and the joy of eating in the spring time