After many years stewarding Stewardship Pemberton, Dawn Johnson is passing the torch. An amazing opportunity is now open for someone who wants to have an impact on their community, be immersed in meaningful employment, and work in the beautiful Pemberton valley with a team of dedicated and passionate people. The part-time Executive Director (ED) is … Continue reading Stewardship Pemberton is hiring
Thanks to Shannon Didier for sharing this information. The Pemberton Fruit Tree Project is a Stewardship Pemberton Society ‘Feasting For Change’ initiative. The project aims to harvest fruit from private trees that would otherwise go to waste, or act as a bear attractant. The fruit will be equally distributed between the homeowners, volunteer pickers, and … Continue reading The Pemberton Fruit Tree Project needs pickers, trees
In the spring, Stewardship Pemberton Society was invited to a workshop in Vancouver: Finding Common Ground hosted by the Sustainable Food Systems Working Group who aim to get more BC food on more BC plates. Long story short, the B.C. Agri-Food and Seafood Strategic Growth Plan put forward by the Provincial government aims to increase domestic … Continue reading Collaboration (as told by the stars)
Spend your summer making a difference. Stewardship Pemberton has openings this summer for two students (15 - 30 years of age) to help with the children's and community outreach programs underway this summer. You need to like helping things grow - little people, food, trees, community...
Kids are welcome. Tickets are available at the door. Live music provided by Wild Iris, the talented duo of Suzanne Wilson and Katherine Fawcett. Stewardship Pemberton Society is holding a fundraiser dinner at the Pemberton Legion on Saturday March 12th from 5:30 to 9pm. The funds raised will help them recover costs incurred due to … Continue reading What does a Nature-lovin’ celebration look like? Stewardship Pemberton reveals all, March 12, 5:30 – 9, at the Legion
They say sh*t happens. And sometimes it happens in the form of a composting toilet that overflows, after a random malfunction, costs you a ton of money to repair and future-proof, and requires that you replace all your floors, furniture, and lose use of your space in the busiest two months of the year. The … Continue reading Stewardship Pemberton rallies after repairing 2015 flood damage, with fundraiser set for March 12
Did you know that you can make your own cough syrup with rose hips and honey?
Srap7ul, "something standing upright." That's the poetry of this land. I believe that's why the Lil'wat say "We have always been, and will continue to be, a people of the land." Happy Easter. Maybe today is a good day to go hug a tree? A big old Coastal Douglas Fir.
One of my favourite childhood memories was being kicked out of the house by my young mother to search for food. Here was the deal: we had to fill up the ice cream bucket. Then we could come home and help her make saskatoon pie, choke cherry jelly, wild strawberry shortcake, whatever we ended up finding … Continue reading 30 Days of Native Plant Love, a special month-long Stewardship adventure
Our friends over at Stewardship Pemberton watch the seasons come and go as closely as we do. We are stoked to share their regular blog posts here, but you can also visit them at their new website, which is their virtual home now that the One Mile Lake Nature Centre is closed for the season. … Continue reading Recipe of the Week: I Can Because I Can Because I Can… (And You Can Too!)