The Haskap Berry Growers Association of Ontario was moments from holding its first annual general meeting, where it would elect its first board of directors and begin galvanizing its vision of education, support and the development of a strong domestic market for their product. It’s an origin story. And it’s one consumers should know about....
Establishing a new Haskap orchard is an exciting enterprise. Haskap is one of the easiest most rewarding berries to grow but there are a few basic considerations. As with any orchard planning, the primary considerations are location (sun), soil, and water. With Haskap specifically, we recommend a weed mulch fabric and eventually a bird netting system. Although most...
Read an article published in 2015 by Modern Agriculture, describing why Axel and Doris chose the Haskap berry. Read More: http://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/4519cd_cab0c294f9c7483db15b84bb09543cd3.pdf
One of the many amazing health benefits of eating haskaps is the antioxidant dense nutrition that they provide. Prevent age-related cataracts even? Find out more on these links: PROTECT EYESIGHT HASKAP NUTRITION
BCHA member, and Burns Lake resident Doug Price, featured in this article in BC Local News. Read More: https://www.bclocalnews.com/business/haskap-berry-an-opportunity-for-the-burns-lake-area/
BCHA and the Haskap featured on Linda Steele’s CKNW Radio show from Jan 23, 2018. Watch Video: https://www.facebook.com/cknw980/videos/10159830907980521/
BCHA on the Global News Morning show. Click on the picture to watch the clip that featured the Haskap as a “Food of the Future”. Watch the Video: https://globalnews.ca/video/3978363/foods-of-the-future