While most berries are sweet, soapberries are actually the opposite. Sour soapberries make a unique dessert.
Indigenous Crop: Uncovering Blue Camas
Underneath a Garry oak tree lies the blue camas, a semi-agricultural plant of the Coastal First Peoples.
Indigenous Crop: Chanterelle Mushrooms, the Golden Goodness
The chanterelle mushroom is a forest dweller that grows throughout the world and comes in all shapes and sizes.
Digging a Green House: Walipini
This underground greenhouse will have you growing tomatoes all year round.
Farm to School: Putting Some Crunch in Your Lunch
A simple idea that has a big impact, farm to school brings local produce into school lunch programs and gives children an extra crunch in their lunch.
Indigenous Crop: Yellow Dock, Medicine Masquerading as Weed
Yellow dock is seen as a common weed in many people’s backyards, but Haida First Nations have been using it as medicine for centuries.