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This lettuce was grown in just one month using our signature Salish soil & compost

Supercharge your soil and harvest!

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Recycling Depot, Green & Construction Waste Facility, Retail Yard
Monday to Friday: 8:30-4:30
Saturday/Sunday: 10:00-4:00
Statutory Holidays: Closed

At Salish Soils, we believe in the renewable spirit of nature. We honour the earth by empowering people, while healing lands – collecting, receiving and composting waste resources into high quality organics. We provide natural landscape materials and premium organic soils from a state-of-the-art processing facility and mine reclamation site in Sechelt, BC. We also operate Salish Tree Service, which provides professional distribution line clearing services for forestry companies and BC Hydro, and Salish Organics, a kitchen scraps recycling project now in pilot project phase in Davis Bay BC in conjunction with the District of Sechelt.

Latest News

Salish Soils Winter Update

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Curious about what's happening at Salish Soils? Download our brochure in PDF form to find out about our completed Curbside Food Collection Pilot Project, the Wood Construction Waste initiative and the new Separate Site Biosolids Composting Project. Click on Read more

Farm Gate Opens at Salish Soils

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Starting May 27, Salish Soils will be selling farm-to-table vegetables and fruit, picked fresh every morning from our central and upper gardens. Check out the blackboard when you arrive (temporarily located on the main office deck Read more

From Waste to Wonderful

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Our garden-destined premium soils and composts are made from green waste diverted from our local landfill and combined with food scraps from the test pilot project running in Davis Bay this spring, and in some Read more

Happy Clients

Our Salish Soils garden for Kinnickinick Elementary School in Sechelt is a wonderful example of sustainability in practice. We are delighted to teach our youngest citizens how to grow their own food..

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Cathy McCubbin,
Principal

OUR SUPPORTERS

Salish Soils thanks the following organizations for their support:

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  • Community Futures Sunshine Coast
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  • Sunshine Coast Credit Union