Native Plants Nursery Contacts

About Us

Tipi Mountain Native Plant Nursery is the premier native plant nursery in the Southern Interior/Kootenay Region of British Columbia. We are a 100% aboriginal owned business and employ several First Nation and non-First Nation staff.

In addition to native plant propagation, we also offer re-vegetation planning and implementation services, as well as custom seed harvesting, cleaning, and propagation. When we collect seed for your project, we ensure that seed was collected from the correct ecosystem to further enhance the success of your project.

Our business is focused on providing native plant material that is local to your project and is suited for ecological restoration, reclamation, site remediation, and landscaping uses.

Contact

Our Address:

Tipi Mountain Native Plants Ltd.
8425 LD Ranch/Mission Road
On St. Mary’s Reserve

Our Mailing Address:

PO Box 946
Cranbrook, BC
V1C 4J6

  • 8am – 4pm

Excluding Statutory Holidays

Email: tmplants@tipimountain.com
Phone: 250-427-7010

Our Staff

Tipi Mountain Native Plants is 100% Aboriginal owned. We seek to maximize the personal development of our staff, who are largely Aboriginal. The Tipi Mountain Native Plants management team is highly experienced in the native plant nursery field.

Robert Williams

Corporate Resources Officer & Shareholder


Robert is a young Ktunaxa elder specialising in archaeology and GIS, whose vision led to the creation of Tipi Mountain Native Plants.

Jason Meuleman

BSc – Production Manager


Jason has spent much of his last 25 years of work in the agricultural sector in British Columbia and briefly in California. His expertise relates mainly to new crop development and production practices in field and greenhouse environments. For the last 10 years Jason has been involved mainly in native plant production as well as agricultural consulting. He has many years of experience in the horticultural sector and has experience in plant identification, seed collection and cleaning, as well as seed treatments, plant propagation and production.

Theresa Nelson

Nursery Supervisor


Theresa is a dedicated and hard-working Aboriginal member of the TMNP team. She has been with the company for 6 years. Theresa is knowledgeable about the plant propagation process at the nursery and plays a key role as a team leader on a day-to-day basis.