Camping food is often associated with being quick, easy, and bland. It doesn’t have to be though if you add Coconut Curry and Rice Noodles to your backcountry cooking repertoire.
Nate has made an impact at Power To Be supporting a variety of our programs and events. Learn more about why we are grateful to have him in our community.
Homemade slow cooked black beans are the flavourful, fresh, equivalent of canned fare and worth the prep work to bring this versatile meal base on your adventures.
Four families took to the waves to learn how to surf. What they found was a connection to nature and each other. Read more about this recent adventure and partnership with Spinal Cord Injury BC.
Power To Be hosted 240 Prospect Lake Elementary School students for a day of learning with local stewardship partners to cap off the school year. Find out what they learned.
From all of us at Power To Be, thank you to our volunteers in Vancouver and Victoria who joined us for this year’s training opportunities, and to all of those who will support our programs and operations this year.
Shylayne has made an impact at Power To Be supporting a variety of our programs. Learn more about why we are grateful to have her in our community.
Packed with fresh ingredients and low cost-alternatives to traditional pesto this is the perfect flavour punch to throw in your pack for a weekend adventure.
Power To Be staff prepared and shared a meal with families staying at Jeneece Place. Find out why they said they were humbled by an experience they will never forget.
Jennifer has made an impact at Power To Be supporting a variety of our programs. Learn more about why we are grateful to have her in our community.