KEREMEOS—The Clifton family was extremely pleased to receive the 2019 Ranch Sustainability Award from the BC Cattlemen’s Association, but the initiatives designed to improve habitat … Read More
VICTORIA, B.C. – The Province of British Columbia is making changes to regulations surrounding open-air burning. Taking effect on September 15, 2019, the Government says … Read More
Foreign workers who help fill labour shortages in a wide range of B.C. sectors will be better protected under a new government licensing requirement for recruiters. … Read More
Pemberton-Whistler, BC / July 17, 2019 – Sea to Sky Soils has successfully completed AgSafeBC’s safety Certificate of Recognition program to become COR certified. Sea … Read More
The nation’s first USDA-certified organic campus integrates farm work and food production into every aspect of student life.
Original article ran in BC Organic Growers Summer Issue.
Journal vet Tommy Heffernan lists some safety tips when working with animals this summer.
The real question should be, ‘do you see the value in organic certification for you and your family, whether you are a producer or a … Read More
Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of beef cattle during transport is important to farmers, transporters, and the public.