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Sale Pending P1030838

$10 each


Take the ouch out of harvesting blackberries with these thornless plants. No thorns, no tears! Growing thornless blackberry plants means you and your family can […]

12 hours ago

$5 AND $8

Artichoke Plants

3 plants available – 2 are $5 each and 1 is $8 as it has more than one plant in the pot. Protect over winter […]

14 hours ago
Sale Pending P1030833



This willow is one of the fastest growing shade trees, growing up to 6-8 ft. a year. They start out thin, with only a few […]

14 hours ago
Sale Pending P1030835



1 rhubarb plant with 2 stalks. http://www.rhubarb-central.com/plant-care.html

14 hours ago
Sale Pending P1030657

$3 to $7

Raspberry Plants

Grow your own raspberry plants…hold them until next spring. Plant potted transplants in the spring after threat of frost has passed. (See your local frost […]

14 hours ago
Sign Bark Mulch


Bark Mulch

Bark Mulch available self-serve for free at all times. Must wear Hiking boots or steel toe boots, and supply own shovel. We also will load […]

August 18, 2017


Gas Trimmer

Hardly used Gas Trimmer. Good Condition. We’ve moved and do not need it any more.

August 18, 2017



Old fashioned full size scythe.Good Condition.

August 18, 2017


Brand new lawn mower

I’ve used this lawn mower once for about 40 minutes. Purchased new from Moats for $480in the spring. All paperwork and original receipt. It was […]

August 18, 2017

V8K 1C9

Farm Work Trade available

Come join us for harvest season in exchange for private camping area by the pond from end August to end September in a fun loving […]

August 17, 2017

$ 25.00

bird house

hand made bird house shake roof, easy to clean

August 16, 2017


Lounge Chair For Sale

Comfortable lounge chair. Does not fold so need a truck to move it. Please email to view. $25

August 16, 2017

any offer


Old garden tiller. Yours for any offer.

August 15, 2017
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Screened and Not screened Topsoil also sand / gravel / Building stone large and small … and Feature Boulders to accent your lawns and gardens […]

August 15, 2017


Lawn Aerator

Looking for a Manual Lawn Aerator..Borrow/Rent for a few days, Buy (Reasonable Price)…Prefer text to 250-221-0267 or email…Thank You

August 15, 2017

$10 FOR 2



August 13, 2017


Stihl Weed Wacker

Brand New never used gas powered weed wacker made by Stihl. Daughter won as a prize and has decided she rather have the money!

August 13, 2017
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tree planting bags

3 pouch tree planters pouch with suspenders, great for picking apples, pears, etc

August 13, 2017

$20 each

2 Seed/fertilizer spreaders

2 spreaders, different sizes. 19×14.5″ with 1 hole spreader 23×11.5″ with roll spreader

August 12, 2017

$195 with pad

3 Excellent condition, beautiful, durable g...

Three garden/patio lounge chairs. exceptionally durable, easy to care for, light. made of aluminum. Leave out all winter; super easy wash up for summer use. […]

August 12, 2017

$15 for all

17 Wire Hanging Basket Frames

17 wire planter baskets, 9×14″

August 12, 2017



Old wheelbarrow,rough and ready

August 12, 2017


Horse Manure for Sale-We load/You Carry ...

Horse manure seeking new home! Three scoops from our Kubota to your truck and you’ll be loaded up and on your way in no time. […]

August 10, 2017


Kneeling Garden bench

Sore back from kneeling in the garden? Take the stress off. Use this handy portable kneeling or sitting bench.

August 10, 2017


Lawn Mower

Push mower, made in England by Suffolk with Craftsman brand name. Seems to work well but may need adjustment.

August 9, 2017

V8k 2j9

January King Cabbage Starts

ready and perfect timing to plant today. $2 each. or 10/$15 or 20/$25. Stop by 9-2:30 M-F or by appointment. Aloha Aina Farm

August 8, 2017



Looking to buy aged cow manure. Delivery would be great!

August 8, 2017
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    by on August 18, 2017 - Comments

    I don’t think there are meaningful answers to the questions you have raised. I think the actual vision for Salt Spring is still best articulated in the Islands Trust object: “to preserve and protect the environment and amenities of the Gulf Islands for all British Columbians.” I haven’t heard any articulation of another vision for […]

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    by on August 18, 2017 - Comments

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  • Incorporation: A Chance to Express Who W...

    by on August 18, 2017 - Comments

    What an opportunity we have before us! We have a chance to truly express who we are, our past and importantly, our values as they relate to our future. Now we have the opportunity to dispel the undeserved title: C.A.V.E. dwellers (Citizens Against Virtually Everything) by spearheading the measured and exciting change that will propel […]

  • Incorporation: Order Vs. Chaos

    by on August 17, 2017 - Comments

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  • Incorporation: Harold Swierenga is Votin...

    by on August 17, 2017 - Comments

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  • Incorporation: The More Beautiful Our He...

    by on August 17, 2017 - Comments

    In The More Beautiful World our Hearts Know is Possible, Charles Eisenstein very clearly distinguishes that we are in the process of transitioning from an Old Economy, that ensures our demise, to a New Economy that is essential, not optional, if we are to survive as a species. (He is very clear that the transition […]

  • Incorporation: Where Is the Larger Voice...

    by on August 17, 2017 - Comments

    Salt Spring is in the midst of an incorporation campaign as everyone on our island knows. But who else knows? I love all our Gulf Islands and want to protect them all from over and inappropriate development. I have a hard time abiding views of others who can only see what is good for them […]

  • Incorporation: The Facts About Our Roads...

    by on August 17, 2017 - Comments

    The Final Incorporation Study Report repeats, at least eight times, that Salt Spring taxpayers put pay $90,000 more per year into the in Provincial Rural Taxes than they get back in road works. How accurate is this? The report estimates that an average of $1,360,000 was spent annually in routine maintenance in recent years, or […]

  • Incorporation: Response to Open Letter t...

    by on August 16, 2017 - Comments

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