Province Apothecary

Province Apothecary

Province Apothecary

After struggling with allergies and eczema all her life, Julie Clark began crafting natural, organic beauty products out of her kitchen. Despite her busy schedule as a costume designer and stylist, Julie found herself drawn to holistic skincare, using her time off to experiment with oils, waxes and herbs- all in pursuit of the perfect skin care regime. In 2010 Julie began studying Aromatherapy, Holistic Health and Esthetics in Toronto. Here she formed the foundation of her skincare expertise, experimenting with raw materials and natural ingredients.

For Julie, natural beauty goes beyond simply organic ingredients; natural beauty means a pledge to helping clients feel good in their own skin. “I gather so much inspiration from my clients, the weather, and the seasons,” says Julie, of her individually-tailored approach to skin care. Her facial treatments often include hand-blended masks using local produce and seasonally appropriate, farmer-friendly ingredients. While PA has long outgrown the kitchen, Julie’s devotion to fresh, seasonal, and organic beauty continues. Now a certified holistic esthetician and aromatherapist, Julie remains committed to innovation, sustainability, and small-batch skin care of the highest quality.

Apiculture WB Inc.

Apiculture WB Inc.

Apiculture WB Inc.

Apiculture WB inc. is a craft company specializing in hive based products, such as: honey and wax including apitherapy, consultation, pollen, propolis and bee venom. We differentiate ourselves by planting and maintaining native pollinator flowering plants as well as strategically spreading out our honeybee colonies as to not over compete with native pollinators. We are also managing our Highland beef on rotating pastures as to regenerate our soils and maintain the bacterial habitat within.
WB Gold Honey
WB Gold Beekeeper

Beeing Beautiful

Beeing Beautiful

Beeing Beautiful

Beeing Beautiful make natural body products and candles using beeswax in place of harsh chemicals. They promote pollination by selling 3 bee friendly flowers: Cosmos, dwarf sunflower, and zinnia. Their goal is to get one of their bee friendly seeds in each of their customers gardens.

A portion of the profits from their Canadian Beeswax Candles and Honeybee Lip Balm will be donated to Bee City Canada to help raise awareness about the challenges facing pollinators in Canada.

Tucker House Renewal Centre

Tucker House Renewal Centre

Tucker House Renewal Centre

Tucker House is a registered charity and environmental learning organization with a mission to inspire sustainable living. Our goal is to ignite the spark in each person to value and care for self, others and the environment and we believe that each of us has a powerful role to play in the sustainability narrative.

We put this into action by providing interactive ecological programs in both official languages for children, youth and adults. We offer on-site educational programs including seeds-saving, nature camps, native tree care, and other environmental workshops for all ages. Additionally, we operate an eco-friendly retreat facility in a natural and historic setting.

Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation

Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation

Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation

The work of Community Foundations already connects to many of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals as part of our international philanthropic movement. Community Foundations have an opportunity to further leverage our knowledge, partners and activities connecting our efforts locally to a broader vision to improve the world around us. We are proud to be designated a Bee Business – the first Community Foundation in Canada, the first business in Northumberland County, and the first business in the Municipality of Trent Hills. With this designation, as well as being considered a leader in our community and a partner with many other well-respected organizations and community groups, we would be in a position to influence and educate, as well as inspire others to protect our pollinators.