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Seal River Heritage LodgeNanuk Polar Bear LodgeDymond Lake EcolodgeNorth Knife Lake LodgeThe Culinary Experience
July 28, 2019

Arctic Organics to supply Churchill Wild ecolodges with fresh produce

Riley Friesen. Creator of Arctic Organics. by Vanessa Desorcy As I watch Riley Friesen walk towards me through his freshly planted fruit grove, I’m struck by how relaxed he looks. He’s recently undertaken a massive orchard project that will supply the Churchill Wild ecolodges with fresh produce; he’s one week…
From The LodgeBlueberries & Polar Bears CookbooksThe Culinary Experience
July 17, 2018

New subarctic greenhouse means enhanced culinary experience for Churchill Wild guests!

Look what's growing in our new subarctic greenhouse! by George Williams The culinary experience at Churchill Wild has always been considered exceptional, but it’s about to get even better! We've always prided ourselves on using locally sourced foods and any edible delights we can gather from the landscapes surrounding the…
Seal River Heritage LodgeNanuk Polar Bear LodgeDymond Lake EcolodgeBlueberries & Polar Bears CookbooksThe Culinary Experience
March 31, 2017

We have Grand Prize winners! 1st Annual Blueberries & Polar Bears Culinary Contest

Blueberries & Polar Bears Cookbooks. Over 100,000 copies sold. by George Williams Congratulations to Betty Ann Luraschi of New York and Laura Plett of Manitoba, the Grand Prize winners in the 1st Annual Blueberries & Polar Bears Culinary Contest, sponsored by Churchill Wild! Betty Ann created Crispy Oven-Fried Chicken from…
Arctic Jewels. Jennifer Ennion. Nourish Magazine.
Seal River Heritage LodgeGuest PostsThe Culinary Experience
September 29, 2016

Arctic Jewels, Forage for berries in the arctic climes and remote wilderness of Northern Manitoba, Canada

Arctic Jewels. Nourish Magazine photo. Click image to visit their site. by Jennifer Ennion Reprinted courtesy of Nourish Magazine by Natural Health, September 2016 White petals of wild chamomile dance in the gentle wind along the rocky shore of Hudson Bay. The yellowing tips of sea lime grass sway nearby.…
 

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