ABBOTSFORD – The BC Agriculture Council is adding aquaculture to its roster. “We farm animals and this is the group […]
It’s hard to pin down when the BC Sheep Federation officially began addressing interactions between wild and domestic sheep and […]
NANAIMO – There are few events as diverse as the Certified Organic Associations of BC (COABC) conference each year. Large […]
CHILLIWACK – Collapsed barns and greenhouses, missed milk shipments and broken trees: the early February storm which blanketed the Lower […]
City wants better definitions on basis for limits on housing size, use RICHMOND – Richmond is banning short-term rentals in […]
Hog farm won’t face charges
Okanagan drives land values
Where’s the beef?
Minister defends Bill 15 changes
Back Forty: Farmers, not just farmland, need revitalization
Editorial: No peace, no order
ALR restrictions make commuting a fact of life
Johnston’s Packers targeted by activists
Sidebar: When is a crime not a crime?
Berry growers get long-awaited funding boost
Proteobiotics reduce poultry, swine infections
Greenhouse growth stymied by gas prices
Increase farm productivity with cover crops
Ag Briefs: Water fees not evenly distributed among users
Ag Briefs: BC Tree Fruits prepares to relocate
Farmland trust explored for Island
New owner, same faces
Fruit growers cautiously optimistic on bloom set
Honeycrisp key to success for Golden Apple winners
Changes to slaughter rules taking too long
Going! Going! Gone
Local meat deamnd creating opportunities
Sidebar: Compost in 14 days
Ranch takes pasture to plate at face value
Market Musings: Technology has its challenges
Oliver veggie grower prefers wholesale
Grocer offers tips to get a foot in the door
Greenhouse veggie days a hit with school
Haskap research may help berry go mainstream
Research: Bee sensitivity linked to neonic pesticides
Fraser Valley orchardist calling it a day
Worming his way to the top of the heap
Mushrooms a viable crop for small growers
Island 4-H beef show celebrates 25 years
Woodshed: Deborah starts her vacation a golf widow
Brewery’s food program spawns farm project
Jude’s Kitchen: Celebrate dads!
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Three busloads of participants from the International Blueberry Organization summit being held in Richmond this week toured the Fraser Valley..
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Spring forward or fall back? The provincial government is looking for public opinion on whether BC should follow some western states as they..
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Darcy Hubscher grows worms. Lots of them. On any given day, up to eight million worms – total herd weight, 20,000 pounds – are working away..
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