News

Island bounty

ISLAND BOUNTY: Clusters of unripe grapes dangle from vines at Nanoose Edibles last week. The grapes will soon make their way to the store which is filled with plenty of certified organic fruits and vegetables from their farm, plus eggs and, soon, stewing birds. - LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO
ISLAND BOUNTY: Clusters of unripe grapes dangle from vines at Nanoose Edibles last week. The grapes will soon make their way to the store which is filled with plenty of certified organic fruits and vegetables from their farm, plus eggs and, soon, stewing birds.
— image credit: LISSA ALEXANDER PHOTO

ISLAND BOUNTY: Clusters of unripe grapes dangle from vines at Nanoose Edibles last week. The grapes will soon make their way to the store which is filled with plenty of certified organic fruits and vegetables from their farm, plus eggs and, soon, stewing birds.

We encourage an open exchange of ideas on this story's topic, but we ask you to follow our guidelines for respecting community standards. Personal attacks, inappropriate language, and off-topic comments may be removed, and comment privileges revoked, per our Terms of Use. Please see our FAQ if you have questions or concerns about using Facebook to comment.

You might like ...

Hippie science is easy, and wrong
 
Hot history: A look back at the development of the Lakelse hot springs
 
Castlegar RCMP welcome assistance in finding Russell David Sapriken
CTA don pink for anti-bullying stance
 
Community Market organizer sues Downtown Penticton Association
 
OPINION: Hugs double up on slugs
THIS & THAT: Letter turns into 40-year friendship for Penticton woman and Clifford writer
 
Millennium bike park needs support
 
YPR terminal upgrades scheduled for summer completion