We promote the production and consumption of Yukon products. We offer authentic experiences to residents and tourists by supporting local entrepreneurs and small businesses and directly connecting consumers with producers of quality goods that are locally grown, raised, wild-harvested, or hand-crafted.
Since 2005, a volunteer board has guided the strategic and operational success of our non-profit society, with the support of part-time and seasonal staff, over 150 members and 100 volunteers annually, and long-term funding from the Growing Forward programs.
Circle D Ranch: Beef, elk velvet antler capsules, kale chips, garden vegetables.
Dusty Trail Yukon: Vegetables, jams, and pickles.
Elemental Farm: Certified organic vegetables, herbs, shoots ,starts, and eggs.
The Garden Palette: Dog cookies, Saskatoon berries, and pine needle/rattan baskets.
Lendrum Ross Farm: Vegetables and farm products.
Sarah's Harvest: Certified organic vegetables, herbs, and shoots.
It's Only Natural: Rustic bread loaf, bagels, cinnamon rolls, wild blueberry, cranberry, and haskap jam, and soap and candles from natural ingredients.
The Maple Rush: Maple confection.
Laberge Lumber Company: Items made from salvaged wood and re-purposed hardware.
Lara Melnik: Jewelry and art made from polymer clay.
Nature's Workshop: Handmade custom woodwork (cutting boards, tables, wall art and other wood items).
Balm Bombshell Body Care: Bath bombs, soap, lip balm, sugar scrub.
Northof60girl: Photography on postcards, note cards, book marks, magnets, and Christmas cards; Photography books and vinyl products.
Poiema: Soap and fibre arts (weaving and knitting).
Government of Canada: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous Society: Festival promotion and fundraising.
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Suite 220, 2237 2nd Avenue, Whitehorse YT Y1A 0K7, Canada
Tuesday - Thursday: 9 am - 1 pm
(please call ahead to ensure we are in and not running errands)