Amy is an entrepreneur, community builder, graphic designer and localist with over 14 years of experience as a community economic developer in the North Cariboo Region. A longtime resident of Quesnel, Amy is widely known for her leadership as a pollinator for local entrepreneurs and changemakers in northern British Columbia. Amy shines in processes of collaboration and changemaking and has been recognized for her creativity and tenacity when addressing economic gaps in her community. 

Amy is available for individual consultations, interviews and writing, workshop training and teaching, public speaking and facilitating in the areas of food systems development, small business + non-profit strategy and growth, culture making, non-traditional marketing, community economic development and localist strategy for rural areas.


Background + Experience


Press + Events

Amy Quarry and Diandra Oliver will manage Quesnel’s new food hub - Quesnel Cariboo Observer, 2019

Spreading the love across small town BC - Small Business BC, 2014

Quesnel’s Long Table Grocery shortlisted for Small Business BC Award -Quesnel Cariboo Observer, 2019

Exploring Our Roots - The Green Gazette, 2019

Quesnel’s Long Table Grocery is part of new Buy B.C.: Eat Drink Local campaign - Quesnel Cariboo Observer, 2017

Quesnel’s top businesses honoured - Quesnel Cariboo Observer, 2019

La Belle Vallee + Long Table Grocery - Championing Local Food - December 2019

Community is at the Heart of One Small Town's Commercial Success - May 2017






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