Sunshine Fruit Tree Project 
As we swing past the summer solstice, we are please to announce The Sunshine Coast Fruit Tree Project will be in full swing again this year with Cherries and Plums just around the corner! The SCFTP is actively seeking fruit tree owners and fruit tree picker volunteers for this coming summer. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or the FTP directly as soon as possible!
Bee Keeping Open House
Beekeeping Open House Sunday, August 4, 2013, 4:00pm until 7:00pm, Robert's Creek co-housing 1131 Emery Rd "Everyone is welcome at no cost to come learn the basics of beekeeping, where there will be a honey harvest, how to assemble a hive, beekeepers on hand to ask questions, bee friendly plant sale, bake sale, kids bee crafts and possibly a observation hive with an info booth." The FB event is here:
Featured Farm - Gidora's Garden
Gidora's Garden has been very busy harvesting mountains of garlic in this perfect weather. Fortunately, they have a steady influx of visitors who love to help with the harvesting! They have about 4,000 heads of a few different varieties, the two biggest being Kostyn's Red Russian and their Italian Braiding Garlic. The weather has also brought a bumper crop of raspberries and some beautiful lavender flowers. Gidora's Garden sells their produce and flowers at their farm stand on Redrooffs Road in Halfmoon Bay and at the farmers' markets. Get in touch at 604 885 2221 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Salmon Confidential Screening
A special talk "honoring the salmon" by Holly-Ann Higgins will be a part of the evenings programming. Doors at 6:30, Talk at 7 PM, Film at 7:30. Entry 10-20 at the door. Half the proceeds will go to Salmon Confidential and Half to One Straw.
Wednesday, August 7th - Sunshine Coast Arts Center, 5714 Medusa Avenue at Trail Avenue, Sechelt