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nettle-1 offering

Stinging Nettle tops

Apr 22nd, 2013

We do fresh nettle tops for foodservice, as well as dried leaf for tea’s ect. We also harvest ,dry and sell nettle seed. Call for details.

juniper-berries offering

juniper berries

Jan 17th, 2013

We harvest juniper berries from nova scotia We sending by Lb : 2lb, 5lb, 10lb, 20 lb,… Fresh or dry Excellent quality

fiddleheads wanted

Fiddle head harvesters

Jul 21st, 2012

Looking to supply the restaurants I sell to with fresh fiddleheads this coming spring 2013 please contact me if you can supply, I will need a few harvesters to pick on Vancouver Island who can bring the proiduct to Duncan drop spot.

pollen-1 offering

Cat tail pollen

Jul 21st, 2012

Taking orders for 2013 for cattail pollen contact me for min orders, max orders, volume available and seasons price. This stuff goes quick. It is very good for you by the way, in smoothies, baking, etc.


Frozen Red Huckleberries

May 30th, 2012

Offering frozen 5 lb bags of red huckleberries as they become available at end of June/July depending on weather. Powell River, BC, minimum order 30 lbs, price:$8 per lb Wild WestCoast RainForest Products

dandelion-root wanted

Dried Dandelion roots

May 29th, 2012

I am looking for a supplier for dried dandelion roots, clean and fully dry. Please contact me to discuss volume and price.

cottonwood-buds wanted

Cotton wood buds

May 29th, 2012

Looking for frozen cottonwood buds (sticky buds) for making “balm of Giliad” spring is over so this would only be able to be harvested in Northern BC, Yukon ect, before the buds burst into leaves.

fiddlehead1 offering

First Ad on

May 29th, 2012

As the inaugural classified ad on, I am ashamed to inform you that you cannot actually purchase the fiddleheads pictured in this photo. They were eaten a long time ago.