Tag Archives: Squamish


Posted by Darcy Smith on December 05, 2018


SQUAMISH-LILLOOET LAND LINKING WORKSHOP Date: Saturday, February 2, 2019   |  1-6pm Location: Whistler Athletes’ Centre (Multi Purpose Room) – 1080 Legacy Way, Whistler, B.C. Stl’atl’imc, Lil’wat & Sḵwx̱wú7mesh Territory Refreshments & snacks provided. Please RSVP: Register now – and don’t forget to join the Facebook Land Linking event and share with your community! Questions about this event, or about the B.C. Land Matching Program? Reach out to our Community Manager Michalina Hunter at community@youngagrarians.org. Land Linking Workshop: Networking, Land Access Arrangements, B.C. Land Matching Program & Expert Panel! GOT LAND? WANT LAND? Are you a landowner looking for farmers? Are … Continue reading FEB 2: SQUAMISH-LILLOOET LAND LINK – WHISTLER, BC

Business Mentorship Network – From the Ground Up Schoolyard Farms

Posted by Kristen Nammour on April 11, 2018

Laing - School Garden Flowering

Name: Elizabeth Laing, as the farm coordinator for Squamish Helping Hands Society – a multi-faceted and passionate organization that operates an emergency homeless shelter, community drop-in centre, transition house, a food rescue program, school lunch program, gardens, etc. etc. etc. Where do you farm: From the Ground Up Schoolyard Farms, Squamish, BC What do you farm: Vegetables, herbs and flowers What type of business structure is your farm: Non-profit What is your land tenure? Are there special relationships that allow for this: We have a few boxes at our emergency shelter site, but most significantly we are partnering with 5 schools this year … Continue reading Business Mentorship Network – From the Ground Up Schoolyard Farms

Lessons Learned: SOLscapes Ecological Landscaping

Posted by Kristen Nammour on November 24, 2017

Solscapes Edible Garden Boat

We’re checking back in with our B.C. Business Mentorship Network participants to see how their seasons have gone and how mentorship has benefitted them. Hello fellow farmers and foodies! We are Stephanie Vigneux (Urban Farmer) and Jordie Bulpit (Horticulturalist) from SOLscapes collaborating with Samantha Philips and Lisa Giroday of Victory Gardens. We so deeply appreciate having had the opportunity to be a part of the Young Agrarians Business Mentorship network. This experience has truly nurtured our growth and development as a small business. SOLscapes is an ecologically sustainable landscaping company that services the Sea-to-Sky Corridor; you can find our edible … Continue reading Lessons Learned: SOLscapes Ecological Landscaping