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The Agriculture Land Commission (ALC) has improved its service delivery since receiving a $1.1-million funding boost in Balanced Budget 2016.

Posted February 16, 2017 Read More »

Vulnerable animals in northern B.C. will receive the care they need, thanks to an investment of approximately $1.5 million made by the B.C. government to upgrade the BC Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (BC SPCA) facility in Prince George.

Posted February 3, 2017 Read More »

The B.C. government announced an additional $5 million to support the BC SPCA’s eight-year Facilities Development and Service Plan to replace or renovate aging shelters, keeping vulnerable animals safe.

Posted January 31, 2017 Read More »

Applications from eligible B.C. commercial greenhouse operators for this year’s greenhouse carbon tax relief grants are being accepted until March 20, 2017.

Posted January 31, 2017 Read More »

Vancouver residents will be growing more local food in 2017 and 2018 as the Village Vancouver Transition Society begins their “Building Community Food Security and Resilience” project.

Posted January 30, 2017 Read More »

Elk Valley residents will be growing more local food in 2017 as the Wildsight Elk Valley branch begin their “Keeping Food Real” project.

Posted January 30, 2017 Read More »

Residents of the northern St’át’imc territory and the greater Lillooet region will be growing more local food in 2017 as the Lillooet Agriculture and Food Society (LAFS) begins its “Growing Healthy Communities” project.

Posted January 30, 2017 Read More »

Residents of the Parksville and Qualicum Beach region will be growing more local food in 2017 as the Coombs Farmers’ Institute and their partners begin their “Here We Grow” project.

Posted January 30, 2017 Read More »

British Columbian residents will be growing more local food in 2017 as projects in 10 B.C. communities are helping residents get ready to farm and garden.

Posted January 30, 2017 Read More »

Residents of Prince George will be growing more local food in 2017 as the Prince George Public Interest Research Group Society (PG PIRG) begin their “Grow North” project.

Posted January 30, 2017 Read More »