4 Corners is an agroforestry enterprise situated in 10 forested acres in the Gibsons' area. In partnership with Rare Earth, we are engaged in intensive land use to use every part of a natural forest sustainably while preserving its integrity and enhancing the forest. We are creating eco-forestry products from traditionally discarded timber products. We make aesthetic and rustic eco-furniture and can supply hand-peeled logs, milled sustainably logged timber and custom artistic furniture to suit customer interests. Website under construction. Inquiries welcome at 604.886.8009.
Rare birch bark products produced by folding and biting the inner layer of select birch bark into a variety of shapes. Only three artists in Canada produce this rare art form. We also have birch bark, cedar and grass woven baskets. Cedar bark flowers and carved masks, as well as hand carved silver jewellry and hand made moccasins.
Ann-Marie's blackberry and raspberry vinegars are made with fresh Island berries. Rich in colour and flavour they make wonderful salad dressings. They also can be used in marinades, baking and pickling. Try a splash in your drinking water.
Home-grown calendula flowers infused in oil is a key ingredient in many of aquanora's handcrafted skin formulations. Lavender, sea buckthorn, grapeseed extract, comfrey, rosehips and other examples of plant sourced components are found in these products. Look for lotions, creams, ointments and soap at the Oliver Farmers' market. Baking powder, vinegar, lemon juice, castile soap, borax and fresh smelling anti-bacterial essential oils are all part of the NEW non-toxic green cleaning line.
Arbutus wood crafts including wonderful handcrafted unique salad sets, pendants, food servers, pate knives, key chains, whale knives and Arbutus Art sculptures. Made from forest fall downs, dead branches and trees from salvaged sources.
British Columbia pure honey. Old fashioned handcrafted quality specialty honey from the heart of the Okanagan Valley. Liquid, creamed, comb and naturally granulated pure British Columbia honeys. Fireweed, wildflower, sweet clover and alfalfa. Also available: fresh frozen bee pollen, propolis and naturally processed beeswax.
We are an art gallery, museum and archives serving our local community and beyond. Selling local art work including woodwork and answering queries pertaining to the history of Armstrong and Spallumcheen.
The two thousand square foot gallery sits on three acres of beautiful gardens. The gallery strives to promote established and up and coming artists who are featured on a monthly basis, showcasing original art, wood sculpture, pottery, paintings, soapstone carvings, etc.
We are a community-based cooperative located in the Cowichan Valley where rolling farmland and towering coastal forests intersect. This unique relationship between field and forest creates the ideal environment for our members to grow, harvest and process organic aromatic crops and conifer boughs into therapeutic grade essential oils. We will provide a variety of workshops and demonstrations to educate others on the distillation process and the health benefits of essential oil products and services.
Artisan Edibles manufactures, wholesales and retails high quality gourmet products. The product line includes: Champagne & Wild Rose Petal Jelly, Wild Mirabelle Plum Jelly, Pomegranate Hot Pepper Jelly, Raspberry Cardamon Jelly, Blueberry Lavender Jelly, Quince Mostarda, Rhubarb Sour Cherry Chutney, Meyer Lemon Chutney, Apple Fig Ginger Chutney, Summer Berry Topping and a Rose Petal Scone Mix.
Ranch Tours: catered to each season. People of all ages are engaged for hours: cookouts, hayrides, feeding newborn lambs, hikes with spectacular views. Teahouse & museum, gift shop, history tours, family activities. Year-round accommodation in our beautiful, private B&B cottage. With the only Canadian Alpine Sheep Camp left, Aveley Ranch Tours offers a once in a lifetime experience: alpine walks/hiking, in-camp naturally-raised lamb lunch, personal guide and time with the shepherd.
Retail products: Maple syrup from bigleaf maple. Nursery propagated native trees. Burls and stumps for turning and carving. Wholesale products: Arbutus branches for bird toys and perches.
The BC Forest Discovery Centre is a 100 acre living museum. Spend the day riding the train and experience BC's forest heritage. Get a glimpse into the past and experience spectacular bird watching while walking the forest trails. Taste West Coast maple syrup and discover how to make your own at the Bigleaf Maple Syrup Festival in February! Make sure to try the delicious recipes in our online maple cook book.
We harvest and sell wild edible seaweeds. Handharvested and dried. We harvest in a manner that respects the seaweeds and its environment. Located in beautiful and pristine North Coastal British Columbia, right next door to Alaska and Haida Gwaii. Our seaweed products include Premium Frond pieces, Flakes and Powder. Also Sea Kelp face and body soap bar and Seaweed Mineral Bath Pouches.
Large selection of native bulbs, ferns, ground covers, perennials, and shrubs for the Pacific Northwest. All plants are nursery grown. New 2009 - Red Huckleberry U-Pick opens in August. Retail clients - please call before arriving.
Candle making supplies, soy wax, honeycomb and smooth beeswax sheets, paraffin, palm and vegetable waxes, beeswax, molds for candles and soap, gel wax, scent oils, melt and pour glycerine soap and everything you need whether you're making candles and soap for hobby, weddings, events or business. We ship anywhere in the world.
BEEeautifully handcrafted in the Comox Valley, BC, Canada, BEEcoming Candles are made from sheets of natural 100% honeycomb beeswax from western Canada, and are by far, one of the healthiest, cleanest, most economical and eco-friendly candles on the market today! Because they are natural and non-toxic, they are child and pet friendly. The occasions to use or share beeswax candles are numerous and include health benefits, de-stress and relaxation, home décor, holiday celebrations (Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter), Gift Giving, Souvenirs, Weddings & Anniversaries, and Religious & Spiritual ceremonies to name but a few. The BEEcoming Candles Product Line includes: Tapers (straight and pencil cut, two color tapers, fluted tapers) Pillars of various sizes, Votive candles, "BEE Lites" (tea lights), “Sushi” Gift Set, custom designed logos or souvenir pillars (Canadian flag), “BEE Hives”, and Christmas Trees! The possibilities are endless for any special or custom orders you may have.
BEEeautifully handcrafted in the Comox Valley, BC, BEEcoming Candles are made from sheets of natural 100% honeycomb beeswax from BC, and are by far, one of the healthiest, cleanest, most economical and eco-friendly candles on the market today! Because they are natural and non-toxic, they are child and pet friendly. The occasions to use or share beeswax candles are endless and include health benefits, de-stress and relaxation, home décor, holiday celebrations (Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter), Gift Giving, Souvenirs, Weddings & Anniversaries, and Religious & Spiritual ceremonies to name but a few. The BEEcoming Candles Product Line includes: Tapers (straight and pencil cut, two color tapers, fluted tapers) Pillars of various sizes, Votive candles, "BEE Lites" (tea lights), “Sushi” Gift Set, custom designed logos or souvenir pillars (Canadian flag), “BEE Hives”, and Christmas Tress! The possibilities are endless for any special or custom orders you may have.
We are a Gallery and Emporium, showcasing local artists' creations. We also provide local natural ointments and teas. We have a large selection of Art Supplies, Abalone Buttons, rawhide and more.
BC native plant and medicinal herbs teaching centre. Herbal ointments, tinctures and glycerites made annually in 3-4 day herbal intensive workshops every July. Ongoing apprenticeships for natural health business. Non-certified organic raspberries and garlic. Hard working woofers welcome or paid farm stays.
Wild about berries! I have a delicious selection of jams & jellies made from wild berries in season. For a very special treat, try the flavours of my Wild Berry Chocolates! They are handmade as ordered with special attention to quality. The chocolates are packaged in boxes of 10 or 17 chocolates or are available in packets of 2-5 chocolates for gift baskets.
Wild harvest and rare fruits in season. Wild salad greens, burdock, catnip-mint, mint, rosehips and buds, Saskatoon, highbush cranberry and other berries; black, red, yellow and wild cherry, heritage plums, pears, quince, butter nuts/english white walnuts and apples including crab apples. Boletus mushrooms, fresh and dried. Grafting, transplanting, heritage, indigenous fruit and nut trees and berries on request. Teaching/consultant Traditional Orchardist.
Set amongst the backdrop of world class sea kayaking destinations, our culinary focus on locally sourced regional cuisine & expertly matched BC wine pairings showcase the best that Vancouver Island & British Columbia have to offer. The only company to offer high quality gourmet kayak adventure vacations on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. We run lodge based & camping sea kayaking expeditions. We aim to provide the best in professional guides, equipment, itineraries & of course, meals. A highly enjoyable & memorable sea kayaking experience.
Cold climate field grown plants - ornamental grasses, willows and select perennials. Large selection of bare root divisions and willow cuttings and a smaller selection of plug size starter plants.
Bold Point Centre is slowly developing. We've expanded to include program development for various resorts. Resorts are changing emphasis from sport fishing to soft adventures / experiential programs. To activate such programs, they need non-timber product inventories done and blended into educational opportunities. The wildcrafting component is then blended a second time to draw upon First Nation and settler histories. We then blend a third time to build programs which address current issues: salmon farms, aquaculture, organic foods, eco-footprints, 100 km diet.
1. Wild crafting and processing training workshops, mushrooms, berries, herbs for teas, juice, jellies, dried marinades, pickling; 2. Accommodations available; 3. Certified Educator, Certified Professional Interpreter.
Botanical Bliss explores the healing power of plants in all natural remedies. From ointments, lotions, lip balm, massage oils and herbal teas to an International Award Winning face cream, aromatherapy blends and specialty items, all Botanical Bliss products are made from high quality chemical-free herbs, pure essential oils, superior vegetable oils and local beeswax. Robin Round, Chartered Herbalist and Owner, makes all Botanical Bliss products by hand at her home in Duncan, BC. Robin grows many herbs herself without any chemical inputs in her extensive gardens and greenhouse and wild-harvests herbs as well. Visit Botanical Bliss this Saturday at the Duncan Market!
Ron worked for over 25 years in BC's Coastal and Interior forests. As a logger turned artisan, Ron works with a unique appreciation for the rare and salvaged woods (including pine-beetle kill) used to turn bowls, vases, pens, jewellery and other one of a kind creations.
A grocery store with a difference! Quality food at real prices - and everything is from BC. Find fresh meat and gourmet sausages; the best selections of seasonal fresh produce; bread, milk, peanut butter... and lots of other tasty treats. All products sourced for best practices, ie: hormone/ antibiotic free, pastured, preservative free. Real food, real prices, real local.
Full service Garden Centre with a large selection of Native Plants. Native Plant experts and horticultural technicians on staff to answer all of your gardening questions. Live and fresh cut BC christmas trees and holiday greens available in December.
Our wine shop is open daily for tastings. Private groups are welcome to book in advance. Enjoy dining in the rustic ambience of grape vines, cedar trees and fresh sea air, come and visit us at Cherry Point Vineyard's Bistro. Open seasonally for lunch; experience the unique vineyard views, innovative West Coast inspired cuisine made with fresh local ingredients and award winning Island wines. Parties and private booking inquiries are welcome. Please call ahead to confirm bistro and wine shop hours.
Traditionally Sustainable, Naturally. Using Sustainable Materials, Making Eco-friendly Products. Owned and Operated by the Cheslatta Carrier Nation. Made In Cheslatta, British Columbia, Canada. Paddles, Promotional Products and Custom Engraving. Our Paddles "Waterwood, or pine that has been submerged in Ootsa Lake since 1952, was found to have exceptional strength. Combined with the properties of the other local woods, we are convinced that we have a superior product of individually hand carved paddles." The Chief Louie Paddle Company proudly makes distinct canoe paddles that are individually hand crafted and are not mass produced. Traditional craftsmanship combined with state-of-the-art laser engraving capabilities create truly one-of-a-kind paddles. Promotional Products You can select any locally available wood, including fir, birch, cottonwood, and/or 100% Blue Pine. Waterwood may be available seasonally. The manufacturing process allows a great deal of flexibility in design and wood selection. Design requests can be accomodated. Engraving Photographs, text, or original artwork can be engraved on all products.
Visit our country store minutes from Highway #1. Taste our natural unpasterized honeys from the heart of the Fraser Valley. Fireweed, wildflower, mountain, blackberry, creamed and raspberry/blueberry. Try our handmade propolis cream and tincture. Taste our fresh frozen bee pollen. Hand rolled, dipped and poured 100% pure beeswax candles. Our store is full of great gift ideas. In a hurry, pick up a ready-made gift basket. We are Canadian Food Inspection Agency approved farm and certified Kosher. Open year round. Tour buses welcome. Please phone ahead for information.
An educational dormitory facility offering bunk style accommodation, full kitchen and laundry, a natural history library and 3 classrooms of various sizes. Open to all and suitable for groups of adults or children from 2 to 32. Two hour to one week educational programs about the natural and cultural history of Clayoquot Sound are available.
Kayak tours from Quadra Island explore coastal forest and marine ecosystems. View wildlife in nature and experience BC's wilderness on multiday expeditions and marine park daytrips. Our remote waterfront lodge runs on renewable energy systems. We serve slow food made with our own organic produce and local seafoods, enhanced in-season with chanterelle mushrooms, indigenous plants and wild berries.
Personal nature tours of Vancouver Island's old growth rainforest of giant trees, mountain meadows, marine life, wildlife and bird watching areas with a biologist trained by Interpretation Canada.
We are committed to social change through our public talks and workshops. Our goal is to raise awareness using food, farming, farmers and farmland as a meeting point to understand how our daily actions impact all of us. We make wildberry preserves, healing teas from stinging nettles and holiday wreaths. We build cabinets from local alder; we make towel racks and basic furniture from our own tree branches.
We balance our efforts between farm and forest. Within each season, we harvest and preserve oregon grape, blackberries, our fresh tomatoes, produce, chutneys and pasta sauce. Fall is mushroom time and we supply local restaurants with our chanterelles. All are available from Pier St. Farmers' Market on sundays. We invite Island chefs and restauranteurs to call us for fast, dependable delivery of fresh chanterelles.
Self contained guesthouse for up to four people. A large organic garden from which we sell produce. We also sell big leaf maple syrup, many organic syrups and jams made from the local wild berries. Cortes gardens also carries a very large line of organic soaps made with fresh rainwater right on thru to sap from the local trees. We also offer a full line of eco tours of Cortes Island, both walking and boat tours.
The Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area is a 17,000 acre wetland habitat located in the southeast corner of BC. This wetland is designatesd as an internationally significant Ramsar site and a nationally Important Bird Area and Important Amphibian and Reptile Area. Over 370 species call this rich and biologically diverse area home. The Interpretation Centre, located 11 km west of Creston on Hwy. 3, is open from May to October. Naturalists are on-site to provide guided canoe tours, school and nature programs, trail maps and information. Educational exhibits, science lab, viewing towers and a nature gift shop will entice you to stay and explore.
Hand-harvested, wild, edible seaweeds, including two kinds of kelp. Harvested with love and respect off the west coast of Vancouver Island. Medicinal salves made with herbs wild-crafted from our coastal rainforest. Used for: psoriasis and eczema; arthritis and joint pain; anti-viral specific to Herpes Simplex I & II and bone-related injuries. Amanda also offers seaweed tours on the beach where you will learn how to harvest local, edible seaweeds sustainably, properties of seaweeds, their healing benefits, cooking with seaweeds and more. She also offers kelp forest eco-tours and classroom presentations.
Damali is a Provènce-themed farm where you can take a walk among rows of lavender, vineyard, herb gardens, greenhouse and artisan vinegary. Stroll away the stresses of the day and rejuvenate your soul in the sanctuary of the labyrinth. Browse in the Shoppe for all natural, handmade household and body products as well as dried flowers, conifer oil distillations, essential oils, & lavender arts & crafts. Take time out to Indulge your Senses & Savour the Lifestyle with a day trip or a luxurious stay at this working farm and B&B.
Deerholme Farm is a culinary destination in the Cowichan Valley, Vancouver Island. The farm hosts dinners, cooking classes and forages in a restored 1918 farmhouse. Events in the spring and fall are based on wild foods - particularly mushrooms. Owner Bill is a French-trained chef, two-time winner of a world cookbook award and the author of the Savoury Mushroom - a guide to cooking wild and cultivated mushrooms. Bill is also an expert in First Nations foods and technology and a renowned chef and educator. Please see the website (under events) for details and dates.
Delphys Naturals is a Comox Valley-based company that incorporates local natural ingredients to provide high quality body care products that are pure, safe and effective in everyday living. Some ingredients that are used include aloe, shea butter, coconut, seaweed and more. Delphys Naturals strives and is proud to make all of their products Natural and Organic, allowing them to be ecologically friendly. Products include: lotions, massage oils, medicinal salves, facial scrubs and moisturizers that leave your skin at its' finest.
Dragonfly Dreaming was established in 1996, and has become known as a 'Canadian pioneer of natural body care', as founder Beth Lischeron has tirelessly worked to educate the general public about the benefits of plant-based healing and body care.
Throughout the past 15 years, Dragonfly Dreaming has maintained a proven standard of product quality, efficacy and integrity. Annual activities include distilling our certified organic lavender; distilling and infusing many wildcrafted organic plants and carefully blending these at our Cowichan Valley studio to produce a line of plant-based perfumes, healing salves, baby care and skin care especially for those with chemical sensitivities.
The Dragonfly Dreaming Cobble Hill studio is open by appointment; distillation, events and workshops seasonally. Please call for information or to plan a workshop.
Fine turned wooden bowls, platters, ikebana and objects of art. Wood used: BC "spalted" birch, maple, walnut, acacia, black locust, yew, and burls. Wood obtained from danger-tree fallers and slash piles.
Located at the BC Forest Discovery Centre just north of Duncan on the corner of the Island Hwy and Drinkwater Rd. Open every Saturday 9 am - 2 pm. A wide range of farm products - produce, jams, preserves as well as craft creations. Lunch available on site. Spend the day and visit the Forest Centre as well!
Locally made herbal tonics and teas. Gourmet tea blends made with the finest ingredients. We use wildcrafted and organic herbs whenever possible. Hand picked on the Island. Lily Fawn has 15 years experience in holistic medicine Call to book a one hour massage.
Ecological landscape design, arbourculture, installation, maintenance and consultation. Recycled and eco-harvested wood for decks, fences and arbours. Quiet, non-polluting lawn and garden maintenance. "Be at peace in your garden".
Located in Granville Island's Public Market, Edible BC is dedicated to supporting local food producers. There are more than 700 BC-made artisan products available, including jams, honey, vinegar, preserves, chocolate and wild salmon. Online ordering and worldwide shipping available. EBC Culinary events include cooking classes, market tours and gourmet holidays.
We sell fresh cut salal, boxwood, bear grass, snake grass, cedar and moss year round. In the fall, Noble fir, silver fir, Douglas fir, white pine, mountain hemlock and alpine huck are available as well as wreaths, door swags and garlands. In the Spring we sell starter bonsai.
Edible landscape consultations, design, installation and maintenance. Specializing in everything edible leads us through learning about health in many ways. Understanding how immunity to pathogens in soil relates to our own digestive system really puts into perspective the importance of looking at food production on a personal level. I love helping people grow food at home. Call for a consultation or visit my blog.
Farmhouse Kitchen Gourmet Treats & Wild Edibles Producers of artisan jams, jellies, glazes, syrups, ketchups, sauces, baked goods, hand-crafted confections and goat jerky. Our product ingredients include wild fruits and berries harvested on our 67.5 acre farmstead, and in forested areas bordering our property. We also cultivate organically-grown fruits, vegetables and culinary herbs which are incorporated into our products. Rhubarb Wild Raspberry Ginger Jam, Wild Blueberry Lavender Jelly, Crab Apple Cinnamon Basil Jelly and Wild Cran-Raspberry Habanero Jelly are just a few of the treats we offer.
Ferlow Botanicals is 100% Canadian. We are a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) compliant manufacturer and wholesale distributor of quality, organic and toxin-free herbal medicinal and personal care products with a Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD) site licensed facility. Our products include creams, shampoo, tinctures, nutritional oils, essential oils, medicinal oils, toothpaste, lotions, sprays, soap, and extracts. Bulk & custom formulated products. Contract manufacturing & private label available.
Flying Hands Farm is an organic wilderness farm balancing chemical free agriculture, wildcrafted herbs with a dedication to maintaining nature's ecosystems. We have been farming from a healing perspective since 1983. Efficient, energetic, earth-based Granny M's Herbals TM. Our Liniment Salve uses wildcrafted poplar buds, young birch and willow leaves which yield plant sourced painkilling aspirin. For bone, muscle injury, arthritic conditions in all animals. Herbal Skin Salve incorporates wild horsetail, cultivated medicinal herbs and wonderful, helpful plants many gardeners consider to be weeds. For open wounds, hard to heal wounds, abcess, burns, frostbite, chronic skin problems. Herbal Tonics use wild hawthorn, elderberry, rosehips for gentle, non toxic help for specific health challenges. Telephone or check our website for order information, prices and shipping just about everywhere on the planet.
"Wild Things" jellies made from salal, Oregon grape, chokecherries, and blackberries as well as a selection of herbs (plants, fresh-cut, jellies and vinegars), and seasonal vegetables. We propagate native plants, trees, and sword ferns. Christmas greenery, wreaths, and swags. Check our web-site for specials and availability.
We are harvesters of fresh floral and Christmas greens, offering salal, boxwood, horsetail, bear grass, moss, and Daphne year-round. In the Fall, harvesting of various boughs, including fir, pine, hemlock, juniper and cedar begins. These are then bundled or cased, or we use them to create our own wreaths and garlands. A wide assortment of cones, bog myrtle, alpine and evergreen huckleberry, ferns and boxwood is collected on a seasonal basis. As well, we supply orchid-growing media such as fir bark, charcoal and sphagnum moss. On our own farm, we also cultivate curly willow, pussy willow and holly.
We are award winning producers of 100% organic West Coast Bigleaf Maple Syrup made from Bigleaf Maples on our 5 acre estate of forest and wonderful gardens in the heart of Cobble Hill. Come and stay at our wonderful Bed & Breakfast too!
Our line of unique food products are implemented from seasonal harvesting in B.C. forested areas. The mushrooms are then sorted, cleaned, dried and stored in air tight containers and kept in freezers to ensure ultimate freshness at the time of manufacturing gluten-free products such as Soups/Sauces; Wild Mushroom Curry (made from scratch); Porcini Risotto with Herbs; and our Royal Blend of dehydrated mushrooms consisting of up to 14 varieties. We also sell wild mushroom powders and seasonings which are an ideal addition to any cooking projects. Each product is individually packaged in food safe clear cellophane and then into a crystal clear hang-bags for ease of display. Our products are extremely versatile, quick and easy to prepare within 15-20 minutes from stovetop to table. Because the products are dry, they have an exceptionally long shelf life. "MORELS VS. MORALS" A true story is now available at $12.95.
To order please contact Brenda at: firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: (250)372-2063.
We have the largest selection of native plants in the Pacific Northwest including camas, trilliums, fawn lilies, shooting stars, ferns and many more native shrubs, perennials and bulbs.
Established in 1996 by Joseph Gonyeau and Wendy Greer. The concept was simple. First, produce 100% botanical, long lasting olive oil soaps. Second, create a 100% natural healing and moisturizing line of skin care products not found anywhere else in the world. Third, grow as many herbs as possible to keep the products local and affordable. The concept has not changed. We manufacture our olive oil based skin care in small batches using the finest unrefined ingredients. We grow own herbs and flowers and infuse them into olive oil. This allows the healing quality of the plants to be slowly extracted. The benefits to your skin can be felt after a few weeks. Some of the ingredients you won't find in our products are: Parabens, alcohol, SLS, Dyes, or any other manmade chemicals that have been proven to be harmful to the human body and the environment. These guidelines have helped us create a truly unique line of skin care for the whole family.
Established 1998, proprietor Christine Hopkins is a Registered Aromatherapist and Essential Oil Therapist... specializing in a unique combination of Thalasso (seaweed) and Aromatherapy products and services, including treatments using wild, organic seaweeds. Featuring top quality, therapeutic grade, organic and/or wildcrafted essential oils and natural skin and body care products. Retail sales of essential oils, hydrosols - as well as Ferlow Botanicals herbal products. Christine also conducts hands-on workshops, classes, and educational tours with an integrated approach using natural seaweeds in combination with essential oils and herbal products. Please visit our website - call or email to find out more about treatment options including our luxurious 'French Beach Special' - a seaweed soak followed by Aromatherapy Massage!
Over 400 flavours of gourmet jams, jellies, marmalades, syrups, chutneys, sauces, wine and beer jellies made from BC wild berries and plants. Herbal teas and products from wild herbs and berries. Big leaf maple products. Cedar, fir, salal, wild rose petal jellies. Seasonal wreaths, swags and garlands. Farm store open by appointment only.
Great Bear Nature Tours offers grizzly bear viewing tours from Port Hardy to the central coast of BC. Our charming floating lodge accommodates 10 guests. As the only company operating in our river system, we offer an unparalleled wilderness experience. The all-inclusive tours include of accommodation, transfers from Port Hardy by seaplane, gourmet meals, two wildlife viewing sessions per day and other activities such as interpretive rainforest hikes and inlet cruises.
Knight Inlet's most complete grizzly bear and orca safari. Small, friendly lodge, experienced guides (averaging 25 years in Knight Inlet) and great scenery and wildlife: grizzly bears, orcas, humpbacks, dolphins, bald eagles and many more.
Wreaths, garlands, swags, and centerpieces made from fresh forest greens for all seasons. First Nations cultural interpretive ecotours. Educational seminars on forest botanicals (the past & present use of First Nations traditional use of the forest). Medicinal salves made from fresh forest botanicals.
Retail sales operation providing: Christmas trees and evergreen foliage including fir, cedar, sequoia, pine, holly, red-osier dogwood and other hardwoods and dahlia flowers and tubers. Farm located in the Cedar/Yellowpoint Area on Vancouver Island.
Harris & Wick Goldsmiths Ltd. has been operating for nearly 30 years in Prince Rupert, BC by Dan Harris & Brian Wick. Both are certified Goldsmiths with over 60 years combined experience. They specialize in creating high quality, unique custom designed jewellery. Their cozy shop allows you to view the goldsmiths hard at work on their latest custom designs and jewellery repairs. As gold soars over $1800/ounce, it has become more popular to use clients dated and broken gold in new projects. Sit down with someone at Harris & Wick Goldsmiths Ltd. and start the design process of creating a new piece of jewellery you’ll love and enjoy. They also provide in-store repairs and appraisals, saving customers time and money. Rather than importing items to the store from outside sources, they prefer to utilize local artisans to fill the gallery space in the store. Everything from wood work and native arts to metal art and argillite are part of this unique shop. Drop in to see something you might not expect in a small fishing town!
Come join us with your family and friends in the heart of the Rocky Mountains in the country they call the Nyahe-Ya-Nibi. The upper Elk Valley is some of the most wild and beautiful country in the Canadian Rockies. The scenery is spectacular, the fishing excellent, the wildlife viewing opportunities unique and exciting. And the mode of travel— by mountain packhorse— adventurous.
Fruit leather - varieties include local wild berries, home grown fruit (including crabapple) and vegetables (including pumpkin and rhubarb). Syrups - birch, wild berry (including choke cherry) and other varieties. Jams & Jellies - avariety of wild berry and home grown fruits and vegetables. Other non-food products - local farm, garden and forest potpourri mixes, stick, twig and barnboard planter boxes. Evergreen and forest floor arrangements and decorations. All products are available at Kamloops Farmers' Markets, Sun Peaks Farmers' Markets or by phone or email.
Wildcraft medicine from the forests of the Pacific Northwest. Medicinal salves, creams, oils and customized folkherbal formulas. Trained by the medicine people in west coast tradition - all our formulas are hand picked and processed fresh for optimal potency and effectiveness. Word of mouth is our reputation! Also available are educational wildcrafting presentations upon request, as well as limited apprenticeship programs. At Hedgewych Wilds we are dedicated to the preservation of the wild lands and their folkherbal knowledge. Check out our new blog! www.hedgewychwylds.blogspot.com. Order online: www.hedgewychwylds.com; Sheila@hedgewychwylds.com or by phone: 250-597-2671
Suppliers of "certified" organic meats, farm-raised game meats, wild game meas and specialty poultry. A PACS-certified facility. Steritech certified. Everything from alligator to muskox and kangaroo to caribou! Supporting local BC producers since 1987. OUR BUSINESS IS GOING WILD!
First Nations Owned. First Nations Operated. First in Quality. Welcome to the House of Himwitsa! Himwitsa, in the Nuu Chah Nulth language, describes the tradition of tribe elders sharing wisdom with the young through the cherished art of storytelling. Enter the Himwitsa Art Gallery and view some of the world’s most sought after award-winning fairly traded masks, carvings and jewelry. Specialists in artwork from British Columbia First Nations: Nuu- Chah- Nulth, as well as Tlingit, Tsimshian, Kwaguilth, Haida, Salish, and Coast Salish Nations. Each creation has a story to tell. We are First Nations owned and operated, specializing in fair trade First Nations artwork handcrafted by our region’s most talented and innovative native artists. Listen…one has a story for you.
Several Varieties of Garlic, Jams, Jellies, Chutney, Pickled Beets, Dill Pickles, Spicy Dilled Beans, Thai Style Chili Sauce, Dried Chanterelle Mushrooms, Vegetable Starter Plants, Herbs, Walking Sticks, plus Other Neat Stuff. Open "By Chance" or come see us on Saturdays from May to October at the Honeymoon Bay Market from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Call or email for directions.
You can find us at ‘The Coffee Mill’ and Community Gardens location in Honeymoon Bay. Open Saturdays 10-2 from May ‘til Thanksgiving. We offer a wide range of market products including wild crafted herbal, medicinal, and personal care products, twig and barn board furniture, blackberry products, nature photography, pottery, pickles and pies, ..oh my! Local produce in-season including bedding plants and veggie starts. So come out to our rustic ‘frontier town’ market, you’ll be glad you did. New vendors and buskers welcome.
Natural honey and pollen from Fraser Valley blackberries, Harrison Lake area fireweed, blueberries and more. Farm store, observation hive, educational tour area for groups. Beekeeping is non-invasive farming.
100% Natural Jute Shopping Bags - Jute the "Golden Fibre" is an environmentally friendly, strong natural fibre that is bio-degradable and recyclable. Jute bags are both reusable and sustainable. MESH produce bags made of 100% Jute fibre. Perfect for packaging produce and protecting bottles. These bags are available in five packs to suit all your shopping needs.
Infuse Tea creates delicious herbal infusions from locally-grown, organic, wild-foraged and/or fairly-trade ingredients. Infuse Teas are a truly local product, with the majority of our ingredients grown on Vancouver Island and all teas blended and packaged by hand in Victoria BC. Teas are sold in tins and by the cup at local markets, see website for details.
Antler Carvings with "Love for the Detail". My love for the forest, wildlife and natural materials gives me a feeling of great satisfaction and provides the inspiration for the work I do. Gathering materials from the forest is enjoyable such as finding sheds and wood burls for decorative bases and bowls. Each carving is a beautifully detailed, one of a kind piece. The time required for each piece depends on the size, the amount of carving and detail. Every carving is a signed original. In addition to items available for sale I will gladly custom carve your own scene. For more information, please feel free to contact me.
Located along the Cowichan River in Quamichan, Intertribal Trades provides workshops, medicines and in-home, private consultations. As a young girl, Della Rice Sylvester learned from her grandmothers Ellen Johnny and Sylvestra Modeste. Della's innate knowledge of local plants and their properties allows her to offer homemade, all natural and wild crafted salves, oils, teas and herbal combinations as food supplements. Ellen Rice White (Kwulasulwut) has endowed Della with spiritual and cultural guidance around the use and energy of the medicines. She has studied under Nancy Turner and worked hands on with Lorene Benoit, of the Tree of Light Institute, on plant identification, applications, assessment and preparations. Local Indigenous Arts & Crafts also available.
Please contact Della for an appointment.
Della makes salves, baths, teas, oils, foodshakers, clay facials; anything herbal to improve the quality of life. Also cedar workshops. Walks are awesome. Medicine making is awesome. Custom workshops re food as medicine; re helping the self feel better. Lectures re cultural, spiritual, ethnobotanical, educational are available. Trans supplier categories.
Jenny's eclectic store is tiny, colourful and packed FULL of wonderful Artisan Foods, Gifts and Fine Art. Located in Port Alberni BC, Jenny's is a great place to buy a variety of BC Made Gourmet and Health Foods such as Specialty Salts and Spices, Sausages, BC/Quebec Cheeses, Honey, Artisan Chocolate, Locally Roasted Coffee, Loose Leaf Teas. In addition, Jenny's carries Hand Made Pottery, Prints and Original Artwork, Wood Carvings, Glass Art, Natural Incense, Beeswax Candles, Books, Essential Oils, Eco-friendly cleaning supplies, and Health Products such as Natural Skin Care, Herbal Remedies and Medicinal Teas. Jenny's is dedicated to supporting local and eco-friendly suppliers who care about the environment and sustainability. Each and every one of our products have been hand selected to meet our criteria for outstanding quality and uniqueness. Jenny's carries gluten free, dairy free, vegan options.
Wild Artisan Preserves from the wilds of BC, including wild berry jams, jellies, syrups, butters, ketchups, marmalades, chutneys and salsas. Delightful selection of floral, herbal and wine jellies. Sugarless products also available. Available singly, in a gift box of 3 or in a wooden half canoe in 2 sizes. Wonderful for corporate gifts. Also available are our value-added wood products, including utterly unique handcrafted wooden gift and 'whatnot' boxes, designed from recycled windfalls and orchard prunings. Beautifully created of recycled materials; bird villa's, feeders, mason bee condo's, butterfly houses, bat houses, owl homes, duck houses, and shelter huts for small critters. Special orders are more then welcome. Last but not least, we supply beautiful large pine cone fire starters. Available scented, unscented or choose the coloured flames. Burn time approximately 20 minutes. For more information, prices or complete product listings please contact us.
Joybilee Farm is a fiber farm and artisan studio featuring natural dyes from native plants and ethically raised wool, mohair and angora. Knitting and weaving yarns and natural fibers dyed with native and cultivated dye plants are our specialty. Natural Dye Gardens and Linen Demonstration Garden. Willows for basket weaving and planting. Goat's milk soap, herbal shampoo and natural herbal balms. Farm tours, natural dye demonstrations and artisan studio. Open Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, May to October or by appointment.
We operate a full service apiary, specializing in “nectar” (non-floral) honeys and flavoured honeys under the brand – “Brainy Bee.” Our bees fly throughout the Okanagan and Cariboo regions of Interior BC. We have honeycomb, pollen, beeswax, honey hand cream and body lotions, honey soaps and candles. We supply queens, new starter hives and pollination to orchards and market garden products. Hives are available at craft shows, Farmers’ Markets and at selected retail outlets.
KES is a firm that is specialized in plant science with and emphasis on non-timber resources research and utilization, ecological restoration, aboriginal ethnobotany and green business development. Current projects of KES include huckleberry research, mine reclamation, hydroelectic reservoir site remediation, native seed collections, riparian habitat restoration, rare plant habitat recovery planning and implementation and other related work. KES also regularly provides training in plant identification and inventory, wild seed collection and related training for people at a wide variety of knowledge levels.