Posted by Moss Dance on August 15, 2018
Nanoose Edibles Farm is looking for experienced knowledgeable farm workers. If you have worked on a farm before and would like to take it a step further, we are looking to train a manager/or managers for our farm to work alongside the owners. The candidate must have previous experience working on a farm; be able to understand the farming seasons—seeding, planting; cropping, harvesting, and seasonal production. Tractor and machinery work is a bonus, but we will train if needed. We are hoping to find a person or people that we can introduce into the daily operation of the farm. We would hope … Continue reading FARM JOB: NANOOSE BAY, BC – Nanoose Edibles Farm Workers
Posted by Darcy Smith on August 14, 2018
Got land? Want land? Young Agrarians is excited to announce we now have four new Land Matchers across Southern B.C. – and they are ready and waiting to support your land access needs! With the support of our amazing funders, this year Young Agrarians is incredibly fortunate to expand from one Land Matcher in Metro Vancouver-Fraser Valley, to four Land Matchers across Southern B.C., with the program being offered for the first time on Vancouver Island in the Cowichan Valley, Okanagan Central North, and the Columbia Basin. If you’re looking for land to farm, or have land that you’d like … Continue reading YOUNG AGRARIANS LAND ACCESS PROGRAM IS GROWING WITH LAND MATCHERS ACROSS SOUTHERN B.C.
Posted by Lilli Klamke on August 14, 2018
Enjoy listening to your weekly Farmer Podcast Club episode. Ornithology (BIRDS) with James Maley- Ologies By Alie Ward Released Nov 07, 2017 Birds! Horned screamers! Winged pirates! Professional bird-person and all around cool dude James Maley joins Alie to talk about bird mating, monogamy, the cult of ornithology, absurd birds, parrots that are smarter than your friends’ kids, a surprising fact about owl ears and history’s most tragically zealous bird nerds. If you love birds, you’ll be at home. If a bird did you dirty, you’ll open your heart and learn to love again. Listen to the full episode on iTunes: … Continue reading Farmer Podcast Club: Ornithology (BIRDS) with James Maley