posted February 21 2014
Monika Firl, Cooperative Coffees’ Producer Relations Manager, wrote an important and interesting article about her recent experiences in Honduras. The most recent annual Roaster-Producer assembly at the Café Organico Marcala headquarters, was intended to demonstrate that organic solutions, true to the economic and cultural realities of small-scale farmers, are the most viable, long-term path for their sustainable livelihood.
posted December 20 2013
Bean North's Cafe in the Woods is open during this holiday season!
posted December 06 2013
On Saturday December 14 and Sunday December 15 between 11am and 5pm, Michael and Helen will be in the Bean North cafe to assist you in making a loan to Grow Ahead.
posted November 22 2013
Grow Ahead is collecting loans to finance coffee from APECAFORM in GUATEMALA. Loans come from consumers like YOU!
posted October 04 2013
Bean North's Little Free Library opened on October 5, 2013. Behind the doors of our library, which spell READ, library patrons will find pRose, poEtry, internAtional, and chilDren’s books.
Exactly one month after we first opened the doors of our Little Free Library, we were awarded a certificate of recognition. Little Free Library movement founders Rick Brooks and Todd Bol selected the newest branch north of 60 as a Library of Distinction. “Its unique design and the creativity and enthusiasm you have put into it make it an inspiring example for other Little Free Library Stewards to follow,” wrote Megan Hanson, LFL Development Specialist who forwarded the honour.
posted September 13 2013
The days are getting shorter and cooler, the Yukon fall is in full swing. Bean North's cafe opening hours are Wednesday through Sunday, 11am-5pm. Come visit our cozy cafe and treat yourself to an exquisite espresso!
posted August 09 2013
posted August 02 2013
Join Bean North as we join Food Day Canada in celebrating importance of using Canadian ingredients and supporting Canadian farmers and fishers who produce them on Sat. Aug. 3.
posted February 12 2013
La FEM coffee has a new name - Las Diosas - La FEM. Michael and Helen traveled to Esteli in northern Nicaragua to visit with members of the La FEM cooperative who are also are part of the Centro de Cooperativas, also known as Las Diosas, which means 'The Goddess'.
posted February 01 2013
Exciting news! Our roastery is expecting an amazing new coffee from Peru’s Piura region. Keep an eye on our facebook page and website to follow the green beans on their way to the Yukon.
posted October 16 2012
Mon & Tues - CLOSED
Wed through Sun - 11am - 5pm
posted March 23 2012
Our friends at North of Ordinary ran survey about what's best in the Yukon. We're thrilled that Bean North came in third in two categories.
posted February 01 2012
Listen to Michael talk to Dave White on CBC Airplay.
posted January 23 2012
We have started using carbon credits to offset our greenhouse gas emissions.
posted November 20 2011
We're thrilled with the launch of our new website! Have a look around and let us know what you think.