“TAIGA® outdoor equipment is designed & manufactured in our Vancouver, British Columbia plant. Our products include: Outdoor Clothing & Active Wear; Equipment for Adventure Travel & Trekking; Hiking, Backpacking & Mountain Equipment; Survival Gear; Ski Wear; Cycle Shells and Boating Wear.”
301 West Broadway
Vancouver, BC, Canada V5Y 1P8
“everything you need to make beautiful Pysanky the traditional way! ” Traditional Ukranian Pysanky kits.
e-mail us at: email@example.com
telephone us at: 604.275.8169
fax us 24 hours a day at: 604.275.6847
3591 Springfield Drive, Richmond, B.C. V7E 1Z3
“Nestled In the cool moist climate of Vancouver Island in the shadow of Mt. Arrowsmith, Little Qualicum Cheeseworks on Morningstar Farm produce a selection of world-class cheeses to delight the senses.”
University of British Columbia
“The Farm is a student-driven initiative where students, faculty, staff, and the local community have been working together to create a place where anyone can come to learn, live and value the connection between land, food and community. The ultimate goal of the farm is to retain and re-create existing farm and forest lands at the University of British Columbia into an internationally significant centre for sustainable agriculture, forestry and food systems.”
University of British Columbia
“The UBC Botanical Garden and Centre for Plant Research located in Vancouver, Canada. Our mission is excellence in plant research, education and conservation. Please visit and enjoy this garden of science and beauty… UBC Botanical Garden and Centre for Plant Research is a department of the University of British Columbia Faculty of Land and Food Systems.”
Community involvement with local events and plant sales.
Comox, Vancouver Island
“A small berry farm located in the Comox Valley, Vancouver Island. We are new to farming so this web page and the farm are a work in progress. The farm has been in production for a few years and is well established. In season we have Strawberries and Raspberries for U-pick and we take phone orders. Check here for updates during berry season, we try and update daily… new… pickling cucumbers.”
“Dickinson Family Farm and Summerland, British Columbia, the home of fine Okanagan Cherries, Pears, Apricots, Plums, Peaches and Prunes… U-Pick Cherries.”
“Covert Farms, Pancho’s Country Market
Celebrating Over 45 years of Farming! WE ARE ORGANIC!
• Strawberries & Himrod Green Seedless Grapes
• Winter Squash
• Beans & Beets
• Hot Peppers & Green Peppers
• Much much more!
• Bringing your own bag helps us keep them out of the landfill ”
“Enjoy U-pick apples, farm animals, hay rides, pony rides, Trike Farm, Marshmallow Zipline, Jumping Pillow, orchard tours, and concession on weekends from September 1 to October 31.
Pumpkins by the thousands can be picked from the patch all October.
Our unique on-farm store, open daily in the fall, offers fresh apples, pasteurized apple cider, apple & pumpkin pies, honey, preserves, pickles, and other apple-related products… A self serve fruit and veggie stand is now open from April til December. Our own greenhouse peppers, tomatoes and more are featured in a convenient self serve stand.”
“Twenty-four different varieties from red, yellow and green to sweet tart and spicy. Try them all. They are available from mid-August until November. Phone ahead for ripening dates, as sometimes we are sold out very early. Some of the apples we grow are:
Akane (aka Tokyo Rose)
Cox’s Orange Pippen
Karmin de Sonneville
We also grow sweet and juicy pears, Mirabellan plums and limited amounts of peaches. Something in our lake bottom soil in Yarrow makes the fruit intensely flavorful, so take a box, bag or just a few home to share.”