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Dease Lake
Dease Lake is a small community in northern B.C.,
located just a few hours south (approximately 250
kilometres) of the Yukon border. Dease Lake has a
population of 390 people.
Dease Lake built a community garden and improved
produce displays in local stores.
Telegraph Creek
Telegraph Creek is a small community located off
Highway 37 in northern B.C. It is approximately
120 kilometres from Dease Lake on a narrow,
gravel road with a steep gradient. Telegraph
Creek is home to 350 members of the Tahltan
First Nation and 50 non-First Nation residents.
Telegraph Creek built a community garden
and greenhouse, and improved produce
displays in local stores.
Zeballos
Zeballos is located at the end of the Zeballos Inlet on the west coast of
Vancouver Island and has a population of approximately 190 residents. It
is accessible by car, about two and a half hours north of Campbell River.
The last section of the drive includes 40 kilometres on a gravel logging
road.
Zeballos built a community garden, and
participated in produce preservation
workshops.