Buy feed locally
Did you know?
Our home-grown, full service pet shop now sells quality feed from Hi-Pro:
• Natural Harvest NON-GMO • Country Junction Organic • StepRight for horses • ProForm grain • and more at
Call for dog grooming and local delivery. 604-485-2342 • 104-7105 Duncan St www.sunshinecoastpets.com
hothouse tomatoes • cucumbers cherry tomatoes • bell peppers hot peppers • lettuce • squash broccoli • beans • zucchini kohlarobi • kale • carrots onions cauliflower • cabbage spinach swiss chard • pickling cucumbers sugar snap peas ...and much more!
Bushmans Farm Organically-grown Fresh Produce and Free-Run Eggs Get Bushmans eggs at Lund General Store, Sliammon Convenience, Top Of The Hill Grocery in Wildwood or the 24-Hour Store in Townsite.
8556A Plummer Creek Road 604-483-3700
26 • Powell River, BC
Growing together, father and son
A sense of purpose By Jonathan van Wiltenburg | email@example.com
et me just say first I love my job in many ways. But one of the best, unforeseen perks about living on the property where I work is that I have been around my kids as they have been growing up. Most of my work is solo, so I have lots of time to think, and recently I have had time to reflect about how gardening has affected my life. I have seen how gardening has brought value to my life and how it continues to provide in areas of life that I never really
expected. One of the most important is how it has affected my relationships with people. Gardening is the perfect pursuit to make a connection. I see it with my neighbours, friends, or complete strangers, and especially my kids. My son Silas, now three, has been tagging along with me at work since he was a baby. Initially, I would carry him around in a carrier sometimes weeding or pruning, and now he is raring to go out on his own.
Published on May 1, 2015
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