August 20th, 2017

Green Business Award

Congratulations to Sunwolf, our 2017 Green Business Award winner! Squamish CAN was honoured to present Sunwolf the 2017 Squamish Green Business Award at the annual Chamber of Commerce Awards. The panel of judges was extremely impressed with the business’ creativity and proactive approach ...

April 30, 2017
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Fruit Tree Project

Squamish CAN is no longer running the Fruit Tree Project, but we have partnered with SOLScapes to offer this service. Homeowners can now hire SOLScapes to coordinate a group of volunteers to pick their fruit! SOLscapes also offers fruit tree pruning to reduce ...

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Seed Library

SEED LIBRARY Pay your $5 seed library membership online here!  Or mail payment to: Squamish CAN PO Box 2215 Garibaldi Highlands, BC V0N 1T0 Orientation Dates We are running Seed Library orientations most Sundays in April and May 2017. Visit our Event Calendar ...

November 10, 2016
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Getting Dirty with MESY

We are currently fundraising for Phase 2 of the Mamquam Edible Schoolyard Project (MESY) at Mamquam Elementary. Watch the video to learn more! Thank you to a group of amazing Quest students for making the video! Learn more about the project here.  Make ...

November 1, 2016
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Food Producers in the Sea to Sky

WE ARE CURRENTLY UPDATING OUR FOOD PRODUCTION DIRECTORY If you represent or know of a farm in the Sea to Sky Corridor that should be on this list, please email michalinahunter@gmail.com with the name, location, contact information, blurb, and website or facebook page ...

October 19, 2016
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Squamish’s First Repair Cafe

Join us for a fun-filled day of keeping stuff out of the landfill! Bring something you need fixed, and our expert volunteer fixers will help you fix it. Got fix-it skills? Contact Shannon at swhite@squamish.ca to volunteer! When: October 29 from 10am-2pm Where: ...

August 31, 2016
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Food Policy Council

The Squamish Food Policy Council (FPC) was established in November 2015. The council is made up of 17 different organizations and community groups, representing different perspectives on food in our community. Our goals are to bring diverse stakeholders together, identify gaps and barriers ...