March 2021 New Business

Beautycounter – Sadie Rosgen and Caroline Marquis
Have you looked at the ingredients in your personal care products? Are you looking for high performing products that deliver results without compromising safety or sustainability? 
Sadie Rosgen and Caroline Marquis are advocates for ingredient safety and proudly bring Beautycounter to the Elk Valley. They are passionate about helping consumers navigate safer choices and find products that deliver incredible results.

Due to a lack of regulation governing personal care, ingredients linked to cancer, hormone disruption and allergies are common in mainstream brands. With a mission to get safer products into the hands of everyone, Beautycounter formulates with an unparalleled ingredient screening process.

Get in touch with Sadie and Caroline to learn more. 
Caroline:, ferniehomeservices@

Charné Baird Photography
Charné Baird Photography, based in Fernie, is now offering food, beverage and product photography in the Elk Valley. 

Charné is a professionally-trained commercial photographer with a background in culinary arts. Her passion for still-life photography came from merging her culinary experience with her attention to detail and creative eye. She strives to create images that are clean, crisp, vibrant and full of richness while tailoring the imagery to branding. Her product photography experience includes furniture, packaging, bottle photography and more. She utilizes studio and natural light to capture brand personality and showcase product by manipulating the light and creating depth and dimension to the images to invoke a feeling, to tell a story. 

Contact Charné to set up a complimentary half-hour consultation to see how she can elevate your brand, both online and in print. Visit her website or on social media - Instagram @charnebaird or Facebook  

Three Sisters Farm and Greenhouse
3132 Anderson Rd. 

Three Sisters Farm and Greenhouse, providing tools, plants and provisions for sustainable gardens. 

Madi Bragg is a long-time gardener who has nurtured a productive, sustainable, and gorgeous garden in Fernie for over nine years. This spring, Madi is starting a greenhouse and garden centre on Anderson Rd. She is passionate about helping Elk Valley gardeners be successful. Madi is excited to talk to fellow gardeners (new or experienced) about soil health, garden planning, and choosing the right plants for our area.
Three Sisters will carry: organically grown seedlings that are proven to do well in our cold climate; organic, environmentally friendly soil amendments in bulk and backyard gardener size; zone 2 and zone 3 hardy fruit and nut trees, bushes, canes and vines; and certified organic manure, local worm castings, and compost.

You can find out more by searching @threesistersfarmandgreenhouse on Facebook. You can contact Madi at