Suppliers: Vancouver Island
Yellow and red cedar bark baskets and hats, earrings and pouches all hand woven. We also have carvings. All of these items are made from cedar that has been harvested in our traditional territory. We have many items that are hand painted with dyes on silk, including scarves and hankies, bandanas and shawls, and paintings that depict life on the reservation and the nature that surrounds us. Classes for weaving and silk painting are available upon request; a minimum of six persons is preferred. Please call or e-mail me for more details of prices, times and dates available.
The Southern Gulf Islands has some of the best sailing and kayaking and wildlife viewing available in the world. Wildlife encounters include Orcas, Minke and Gray whales, Porpoise, Otters, Seals, Sea lions, and a vast array of local and migrating marine bird life. We will explore new areas and each night will find us in a new anchorage. One of the greatest advantages of Kayaking from a mother ship is being able to reach secluded spots away from the reach of other kayakers.
Garden;cedar burl planters,benches,water features,tables. ;sandblasted stone ,with driftwood,hanging sculptures. ;driftwood display stands. ;driftwood and glass lighted sculptures. Studio;ceramic and driftwood wall sculptures. ;base mounted ceramic sculptures. ;hand carved burl bowls and spoons - maple,cypress,cedar,yew,arbutus. ;antler and wooden pendants - arbutus burl,walnut,cypress,dogwood. ;glass and found hardware, hanging sculptures. ;driftwood and cast glass, LED lighting
Corry Lunn: Clay sculptor, Raku & sawdust fired burnished work. Three dimensional clay sculptures along with clay wall murals & plaques. Copper enamel, heavy copper plate, heat fused in a kiln with vibrant colors that last for an eternity. Darrel Nygaard: Garden sculptures; old growth cedar burls & driftwood carved into benches, water features, tables & planters. Carved moose antler sculptures, pendants & earrings. Both team up to create wall sculptures using Island driftwood, with sandblasted stone, motifs inspired by coastal surroundings. Assemblages of collected glass & cork fish net floats, steel & wooden pulleys, chains & innumerable nautical items.
A small, full-service 'Green Grocer' in the heart of Historic Cumberland on Vancouver Island. Focus on organic, natural, and locally grown and manufactured food. Everything you need, all at competitive prices.
Come visit us at our location on Blanshard at Fort St. in beautiful downtown Victoria. We carry a wide variety of herbs, tinctures and teas containing: roots, fungi, lichens, bark, flowers, berries, leaves. We also carry natural body care products, books and more! For your health and well being.
Our members are big on small. But small isn't all. Our members own food-based businesses throughout the distinctive regions of a huge province, British Columbia, Canada. From grassy plateaus and interior vineyards to coastal wetlands and rocky shorelines, these enterprises are regionally based but not regionally limited. Many of our members ship products throughout the province, the country and beyond! The vision of the Small Scale Food Processor Association (SSFPA) is to help create regional food sustainability. Our mission is to represent the interests of small-scale food and beverage processors.
Artisanal smoked wild fish. Our wild fish is from a regulated, sustainable fishery. It is processed by hand with certified organic salt, sugars, sweeteners, and herbs and spices into mouth-watering salmon jerky, hot-smoked salmon and albacore tuna; and mild cure salmon, tuna, black cod, halibut, lingcod. We use fair trade–certified ingredients, where possible, and pay a premium price for our locally sourced wild fish. We sell retail in Sointula, wholesale in B.C. and via mail order everywhere. We do custom processing. For further information contact Barb Horricks.