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Bee Mine Valentine’s Gift Guide

A little love for you, and a little love for the planet - with FortWhyte's Valentine's Gift Guide.

The Nature Shop is here to connect you with nature and the community – and leave you feeling good about each and every purchase.

Not only do we take great care to select items that are produced with the planet in mind, proceeds from the Nature Shop support environmental education programs in our community. Talk about your purchases making an impact!

This Valentine's Day, get creative with gifts that show them just how much they mean to you.

A jar of Harmony Honey from FortWhyte Farms

Harmony Honey from FortWhyte Farms


Working hand-in-wing with honeybees to enrich the lives of our customers and communities by providing inspiring experiences, empowering education, and sweet wholesome products. Harmony Honey currently maintains approx. 20 hives all located within FortWhyte Alive.

Flat lay of sustainable dish ware products - recycled material plates and Swedish dishcloths

Swedish Dishcloths


These natural dishcloths are durable, fast drying and incredibly absorbent – each cloth absorbs up to 20 times its own weight in liquid! This multi-use cloth can be used in place of a sponge, washcloth or paper towels, and is perfect for use in the kitchen, bathroom and on most surface areas in your home or office.

Meaningful Jewellery


Local metalsmith Krista Reid is championing the return of the lost-wax casting method, one pendant at a time. Reid has been handcrafting jewellery since the ’80s, using this ancient technique to carve wax molds and create intricate three-dimensional pieces out of precious metals, nearly half of which are recycled.


A cosy date night in the woods.

Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a romantic three-course dinner in the beautiful setting of FortWhyte Alive. Bundle up and enjoy a romantic skate on the lake or try out the Richardson Rrrun toboggan slide before and after your dinner. We’ll have the fire going outside to keep you cosy while enjoying a cup of cocoa or coffee.

Be sure to bring your own skates. Reservations required.

  • Friday, February 14     5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
  • Saturday, February 15     5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Call (204) 989-8355 x 215 to reserve.


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