Since it took some effort to find, I’ll share the location with you (if you’re reading this blog I’m going to guess you’re the kind of gardener who might be interested in this sort of thing). It’s on Jane Street, north of Highway 7, on the east side of the street, past the little cemetery, and past the Wal-mart (which is on the west side of Jane.)
You’ll be looking for a sign like this:
If you hadn’t seen the photo I bet you’d have driven past it too. Note that this is a “shovel it yourself” operation if you’re looking for small quantities. If you want it by the cubic yard they’ll deliver. For a small home garden bring your own containers. Pricing is by the bushel–I brought along a green garbage can (with a lid!) that they priced as two bushels. They may be set up for credit cards for larger quantities, but bring cash if you only want a few bushels. There were several mountains of horse manure, in various states of composting. What I bought (from the oldest pile) was quite well composted with very little odour.
I’ll let you know next year, whether it was worth the drive (hopefully after I fight my way past the giant tomatoes…)