Golden Farmers’ Market
Locally grown, baked and made
Also apples, sauces and pies in season
Rocky Mountain Honey Farm
Once customers have tasted our honey they come back year after year to buy our high-quality product.
Our bees collect nectar from 40 different wildflowers found in the valley bottom and the mountain hillsides – where there is no spraying of chemicals.
To make this unique and flavoursome honey the bees work hard.
The lifetime work (in summer 6 weeks) of 556 bees produces 1 pound of honey.
Shirley's Sneaker Slippers/Free Wolf Pastries
Made to order sneakers/Premade or made to order pastries
Shirley Racine, phone: 250-409-7936, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Danielle Racine, phone: 250-409-9366, email: email@example.com
Whiskey Hills Farms
Produce: Cucumbers, zucchini, beets, carrots, potatoes.
WildSafe BC (non-profit)
WildSafeBC is a program created by the British Columbia Conservation Foundation (BCCF) that includes Bear Aware. The goal this year has been to expand the program to include other problem wildlife such as cougar, coyote and mule deer.
Kyle Edworthy, Sarah Osadetz
Website: Wildsafe BC
Wildsight Golden (non-profit)
Wildsight works locally, regionally and globally to protect biodiversity and encourage sustainable communities in Canada's Columbia and southern Rocky Mountain region.
Willowbank Soap Company
Our family makes 100% natural soap at our home in Golden. They feature local beeswax and local herbs form the garden and the woods.
All natural herbal handmade soap, shampoo, lip balm and our famous body balm. The power of nature in your hands.
Wolf Awareness Inc.
Wolf Awareness Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to developing positive attitudes towards predators in general, the wolf in particular, and an appreciation of the environment of which all of us are a part.
We are committed to wolf conservation through research and public education regarding the ecology of the gray wolf, Canis lupus. WAI has worked closely with wolf research projects across Canada, recieving the most up-to-date information about studies while providing donated funds to support research that has improved our understanding of this extremely intelligent and social large carnivore.
Members of Wolf Awareness Inc. receive our quarterly newsletter Howlings. In addition, members who participate in our Follow My Paw Prints Program as sponsors also receive quarterly updates on the activities of the wolves in the research area. Our Follow My Paw Prints Program provides people with a unique opportunity to get to know a wild wolf or pack while also helping to support scientific research efforts.
Roger in brand new display booth
Wooda Cooda was born in 2012. I opened a shop on Etsy.com because I figured that starting out on an established website would be a good way to kick start my new business. Now, not even a year later, my little shop has over 700 sales and is going strong.
I love working with wood and the materials nature puts before me (much of what I make is created from leftover pieces of wood and downed tree branches). I love it when folks buy something and take joy in their purchase whether it’s a custom guitar or a simple set of buttons. I love to wake up in the morning and have the freedom to create whatever I choose.
Handmade with ♥ in Golden, B.C.
Your Brezel Bakery
Freshly baked breads and pastries.
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