The T’Sou-ke First Nation continues to implement its 100-year vision for its 250-member community with a new business. Three greenhouses are growing wasabi seedlings over the next 15 months. The Pacific Coast Wasabi enterprise will help the community achieve economic self-sufficiency. T’Sou-ke Nation is located on 67 hectares near Victoria on Vancouver Island. T’Sou-ke has been going green in its operations, moving to solar power and electric vehicles. Profits from the wasabi farm will expand an organic community garden and fund an oyster farm project in the Sooke Basin. They are partnering to develop a $750-million wind power project and are looking to wave power from the ocean to create energy. A recent Globe and Mail article reports the Nation has cut its energy bills by 75 per cent.