Being connected to our family legacy and our community is at the heart of what we do. In fostering relationships with our community, taking care of the earth and using products that take care of the earth, we can create lasting legacies for generations to come. 

The journey from opening a brick & mortar store to a full e-commerce site could not have happened without an entire community and of course my very good friend DC 😉 We are very grateful to all the people who helped us along the way. Thank you!

Tsuts’weye  (

Lindsay Kelm of Kelm Communications  (

Justin Veenema of Brand Stories (

Launch Online (

James Grieve of Catalyst Strategies  (

All Nations Trust - ANTCO (


Our Amazing Partners

Baraka Shea Butter

The first time I opened a box of Shea Butter I saw the handprint of the woman who sealed the box. I felt so connected to the entire community and the makers. Each time since I get a huge smile on my face when I  open a new shipment. 

Baraka creates handcrafted oils and butters straight from the source that are not only great for your skin, but have a direct impact on the whole village of Kperisi, Ghana.

Ayiti nuuhi akpeye nuuhi - from our hands to yours


Kingfisher Interpretive Centre

Located right here on the Shuswap River, Kingfisher Interpretive Centre fosters outdoor discovery and stewardship of our natural environment. We are proud to partner with Kingfisher for annual fundraising initiatives. 

With the current increase of ocean temperatures, ocean acidification, habitat loss, over-harvesting, and changes in the environment, salmon stocks are being threatened. The amazing team at the Kingfisher Interpretive Centre, have taken matters into their own hands raising 50,000 Chinook Salmon annually, in an attempt to help enhance salmon stocks, and educate the young minds of tomorrow on the importance of salmon in our ecosystem. Their aim is to create salmon/watershed stewards who could become the future caretakers of our fish and the ecosystems they support.

Kingfisher Nature Inspiration Award