SOAHC Estate Wines earned a bronze medal at the 2014 National Wine Awards of Canada this year.by Danielle Cameron
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Wloka Farms is busy constructing a new fruit stand building with easy highway access.
Gary and Susan Snow of Creston, owners and operators of Tabletree Enterprises, are no strangers to winning awards.
Opportunities for small–scale farming abound in the Creston Valley.
Wayne and Denise Harris started out by purchasing a standard dairy farm, which is where they raised their family. When the kids grew up and went off to university, the Harrises decided to take on an entirely new project. Thus began the Kootenay Alpine Cheese Company.by Kirsten Cook
An exciting new development in Creston agriculture is the arrival of several wineries. The Baillie-Grohman Estate Winery is one of the groundbreakers, having produced its first vintage in 2009. Since then, it has been a process of growth and discovery for this up-and-coming vineyard.by Kirsten Cook
Linda and Bob Southwick have a growing u-pick business with Creekside Blueberries in Christina Lake, B.C.by Richard Finnigan
Nature's playground around Golden, B.C., drew the Tetraults to the area, and they have woven themselves into the business community with the success of Mountainside Gardens, their landscaping business and greenhouse operation.by Trevor Crawley