The Garden Pantry Store is now an even more interesting and eclectic retail store. It’s well worth a visit! We are on Facebook! Click to take a look at our current showcases and upcoming events!
We support Island artisans and specialty food producers by providing a full service retail environment for them to “showcase” their products! We charge a minimal monthly space rental fee and provide all the advantages of a high traffic brick and mortar retail space including all marketing, merchandising, and inventory control. There are no extra fees or commissions and our vendors receive 100% of their monthly sales. Our vendors are a talented and interesting group and the product mixes in the store change constantly with additional products or flavours being added to their line-ups. For more information on becoming a Showcase Vendor please contact email@example.com.
UPcycling: to reuse (discarded objects or materials) in such a way as to create a product of a higher quality or value than the original.
We are currently showcasing Upcycled Men’s shirts into great looking and fun aprons, teaspoons into Garden Markers with beautiful garden verses stamped into them, gorgeous Garden bird baths and feeders from Upcycled glass, calendars and thrift store art books into re-usable gift bags and so much more! Please come in and visit us soon!
CGC is excited that we offer a different option for the community to support an even more sustainable lifestyle. Community members can both purchase and/or drop off clean and in working order gardening tools. All donated tools help support CGC’s community projects and initiatives. Please drop into The Garden Pantry Store at 360 Duncan Street and our dedicated staff of volunteers will be more than happy to help you.
Tuesday to Friday
10:00am to 4:30pm
10:00am to 5:00pm
Farming Connections is a new initiative of the Cowichan Green Community in partnership with the Government of Canada which focuses on bringing farmers out of the isolating lifestyle that farming creates. Our goal is to engage ageing farmers by holding …See Full Project