When I interviewed Kerry and Andrew last year, for a story about local farmers, Andrew shared his idea that the farm is a kind of mechanical beast that they build up every year, that eventually lurches to life. I loved …
The Honour stands of Birken
The Birken / D'Arcy corridor is unique to the Sea to Sky Region. Unhurried, non-commercial, safe, sparsely populated and relatively unchanged throughout the nearly 3 decades I've lived here. In fact, there is less here now than there was back …
Chic’weed: A weed so chic you will love it like a flower.
With the botanical name of 'Myosoton aquaticum' it becomes clear that there is more than meets the eye when acquainting oneself with the perennial weed known as 'Chickweed'. These triumphant little wonders that grow in nitrogen rich soil pack a …
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Nurture in Nature invites you to come into deeper connection with the microseasons and appreciate what's edible and wildly delicious all around you, with a free Zoom webinar on Tuesday June 30 at 6:30pm
I know from the demand following the pandemic, there are lots of new chicken raisers out there now. Many of them it seems are females (nurturers) trying to get their reluctant partners (practical) to get on board and help them …
Allies in Unlikely Places
Nature-lovers, you might not be as alone as you think. What if Nature loves you back?
Healthy Rhubarb Sauce?!
This post is a repost shared from https://www.nurtureinnature.ca. If you enjoy Kristina's adventures in permaculture, which she has begun to share with us, be sure to follow her there.I wasn't going to make rhubarb sauce this year- it needs a …
Pemberton Permaculture Community Garden
Kristina Bland introduces us to a new community garden experiment that has sprouted up in Pemberton - infused with permaculture principles, the emphasis is on growing community.
Fine & Dandy Syrup
(Now you can) get your greens salad
Spring comes on fast and furious. One minute (or month), it seems, I am scratching seeds into half-thawed ground and the next I am watching Red Russian kale and arugula flower and spinach go to seed. I have watched crocuses, hyacinths, …