It’s summertime in the Okanagan, and that means fresh fruit! In this blog, you’ll find out where and when to pick local fresh fruit.
Sometimes you need a change in pace, a quiet spot to forget everyday life and soak in nature. Somewhere where there’s no cell service, limited amenities, spotty-to-no-wifi and very little traffic.
The Adams River, specifically Tsútswecw Provincial Park (formerly, Roderick Haig-Brown) features one of the largest runs in North America. On a dominant year (like 2018), millions of fish can be observed as they make the long journey home.
Great Okanagan Estates dedicates 3 acres of land on one of their vineyard properties to a Community Garden. Now in it’s fourth year, it looks to exceed 100,000 lbs of fresh produce donated to local food banks as they work to fight hunger in the communities where they live and work.
Embrace land to table, take the road less travelled, and plan ahead. These tips will change the way you travel.
Quaaout Lodge, on the shores of Little Shuswap Lake, is the crowning jewel of the Little Shuswap Indian Band. It is located on Skwlax territory and honours the thriving culture of Secwepemc Nation.