Farms & Markets
Unlike a century ago, Denman Island is no longer a major supplier of dairy products, livestock and fruit to BC markets.
Yet the fertile soil and long growing season here continues to encourage a wealth of small-scale growers who make the 100-mile diet a reality for those craving fresh, seasonal, and local food. Island chef Sally Rae's cookbook For the Love of Food is available at Abraxas Books in the village.
Denman has been renowned for its apples since pioneer Tom Piercy's orchard – once the largest of its kind on the west coast - first began producing fruit in about 1890. Visitors are welcome to drop by the original Piercy spread, which now operates as West Isle Farm (2830 Piercy Road). Its market is open daily from June to November.
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We offer exciting, delicious day tours within the Comox Valley. This culinary adventure is planned to cover different trails throughout the Valley. Tours are customized to suit the group's specific interest. Stops may include farmer's markets, bakeries, organic farms, artisan pasta maker, oysters & scallops farms, wineries, breweries etc. You can end your day with a gourmet dinner in a local restaurant or a cooking class. These culinary tours are designed to help you experience the Valley in all its splendour & its flavour! Tastings at each stops, gourmet picnic & entrance fees included. We also offer cooking classes at Blue Moon winery for group .
415 Station Road
Fanny Bay, British Columbia
NLC is a three generation, family owned and operated Canadian company. All of our candles are 100% hand made with high-quality raw materials. We craft custom candles that are durable, long lasting and have brilliant colour finishes, resulting in long burning candles. At NLC we hand pour, hand finish and produce candles of all shapes and sizes. Our cotton lead-free wicks, quality scents and superior wax, produce an environmentally friendly candle, that you can be proud to purchase and NLC is proud to sell. The shop is open to the public and we love having visitors stop by to; see the shop, watch how we make our candles, browse the retail stands, or even make a candle of their own as a gift or souvenir.