In honour of Earth Day, we talked to ranchers Janice and Trevor Tapp about their innovative approach to sustainability. They’re the owners of the Copper-T Ranch, located in BC’s beautiful Nechako region.
For Valentine’s Day, we’re writing an unabashed love letter to British Columbia. B.C.’s vast forests, fields and waterways produce a HUGE variety of local foods we enjoy - including over 200 agricultural commodities and 100 seafood species! Fall in love with where your favourite B.C. foods come from as you explore the different regions.
Headed to a holiday party? Say thank-you in style - here’s your guide to homemade and local gift ideas that your host will love. Not only are local gifts simple to source, they are also a wonderful way to invest in your local farmers and food producers, ensuring that the new year will be a brighter one for everyone!
For nearly ten years, sisters Emma and Jenna Davison have owned and operated Golden Ears Cheesecrafters in Maple Ridge. They’ve grown from just the two of them making cheese to dealing with 1500 litres of milk a day...
What’s the connection between local farms and your fork? BC farmers produce over 200 different commodities that wind up on your table every day, from the sweet blueberries in your breakfast smoothie, to the tomatoes in your salad!
Looking for local in your grocery store? We can help. We often get questions from our community about how to find B.C. products while shopping in the grocery store. With fruits and veggies coming into season, now is the best possible time to learn about sourcing local ingredients