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Haley Agro-Forestry

1139 Viewtop Rd.
Duncan, BC V9L 5S7
Canada
(T): 
250.748.9166
(F): 
250.748.9162

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.

Hardie Honey

4035 Robson Rd.
Duncan, BC V9L 6G7
Canada
(T): 
250.746.4389

Natural honey from fireweed and wild flowers of Vancouver Island. Pure beeswax and candles. Bulk bees, Queens and nucs. Also pollination services.

Harris & Wick Goldsmiths Ltd.

171 3rd Avenue East
Prince Rupert, BC V8J 1K4
Canada
(T): 
250.627.7000
(F): 
250.627.7952

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!

Heart of the Mountain Outdoor Adventures

Box 275
Cranbrook, BC V1C 4H8
Canada
(T): 
250.426.5789
(F): 
250.426.5789

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.

Heartland Creations

PO Box 1393
Barriere, BC V0E 1E0
Canada
(T): 
250.320.7689

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.

HedgeWych Wylds

#15 - 7595 Bell McKinnon Rd.
Duncan, BC V9L 5T2
Canada
(T): 
250.597.2671

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

Hills Foods Ltd.

1-130 Glacier St.
Coquitlam, BC V3K 5Z6
Canada
(T): 
604.472.1500
(F): 
604.472.1501

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!

Himwitsa Native Art Gallery

300 Main St.
Tofino, BC V0R 2Z0
Canada
(T): 
250.725.2017
(T): 
800.899.1947
(F): 
250.725.2361

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.

Honeymoon Bay Herbs & Garlic

PO Box 60, 7186 Walton Rd.
Honeymoon Bay, BC V0R 1Y0
Canada
(T): 
250.749.6962

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.

Honeymoon Bay Outdoor Market

PO Box 59
Honeymoon Bay, BC V0R 1Y0
Canada
(T): 
250.749.7772

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.