Tea Creek catalyzes new agricultural projects and livelihoods—restoring the ability of Indigenous nations to grow fresh, healthy food and medicine for ourselves and our communities.
Historically, Indigenous peoples were self-sufficient. In Northwest BC, prior to the introduction of the Reserve system that dispossessed us of our ancestral lands—and the advent of factory farming and corporate agriculture that followed—we produced an abundance of food on our farms and ranches.
Our mission is to revitalize the culture of traditional farming and gardening practices that were a central part of life for Indigenous peoples throughout North America.
Tea Creek’s Indigenous-led program works in partnership with First Nations proponents to build a sustainable economy and long-term food sovereignty. We are currently collaborating or in discussions with the Gitanyow Band, Kitselas First Nation, Witset First Nation, and have been recognized with support from the Northern First Nations Alliance.
Now offering plow and tillage services, and a source of locally constructed greenhouses!