Crafty by Nature 2015 was made possible by the Community Foundation of Whistler, the Pique Newsmagazine , hard working volunteers and generous local businesses.
All the amazing volunteers that made Crafty by Nature 2015 possible!
The Whistler Public Library read nature tales to crafty attendees beside the Whistler Museum who led participants on nature walks in and around Rebagliati Park.
Egg-less egg and spoon races kept young ones active while being considerate of food and the energy that goes into producing it.
Board member, Paul Girodo and volunteer, Johnny Visser helped participants build houses to shelter the birds and bees of our community.
Carefully building homes for our ecological neighbours.
The Whistler Museum showcased the creatures and critters that live and roam in the Whistler valley.
AWARE supplied a Zero Waste station to minimize waste production and educate people on why composting and recycling is vital to our future.
Thanks to generous tent donations from around the community the much needed rain did not stop Crafty by Nature!
Wolfgang Sterr created low impact quinoa cakes for the park to enjoy.
The compassionate cooking demos taught attendees that low impact cooking can be both gentle on the environment and absolutely delicious!
Wolfgang with his helper, a young chef in training.
A row of Whistler’s finest non-profit organizations shared the role they play in keeping the Sea to Sky corridor healthy with locals and visitors alike.
An extensive array of donated prizes helped Whistler’s environmental charity raise money through raffle ticket sales.
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