CANCELLED- SEP 4, 2022: TERRACE, BC – Skeena-Bulkley Farmers Meet & Greet at Thimbleberry Farm

Posted by Darcy Smith on August 16, 2022

This event has been cancelled due to Covid-19. We apologize for the inconvenience, and we hope to gather with you soon!

Interested in local food systems and security? You’re invited to an afternoon of connecting with local farmers and food producers at the fourth annual Skeena-Bulkley Farmers Meet and Greet at Thimbleberry Farm in Terrace, BC!

Join Vicky and Chris of Thimbleberry Farm for an afternoon of networking and idea-sharing. Make new connections and strengthen old ones among the region’s agricultural community members. This casual afternoon will consist of an introduction circle, farm tour, and potluck grazing table. Bring a snack or dish to share, and get ready to make new farm friends and expand your support network!

WHEN: CANCELLED Sunday, September 4, 2022 | 2–6 PM

WHERE: Unceded Tsimshian Territory. Thimbleberry Farm, 2206 Archer Avenue, Terrace, BC, V8G 1E7


We aim:

  • To connect farmers operating in the Skeena and Bulkley regions to one another;
  • To connect established farmers with experience and knowledge with young farmers and individuals who are interested in working in agriculture;
  • To connect those seeking land for agriculture with those who have it;
  • To determine what our farming community needs in terms of support and information, with the goal of organizing further social events, workshops, and information sessions through government and agricultural organizations such as Young Agrarians.

BRING: Bring a dish or snack for sharing, and a lawn chair if possible. Please dress for the weather. We will be prepared to host indoors if required. Masks are not required, but bring one to wear if you’d like.

FACEBOOK: Please join the Facebook event (link coming soon) and invite all your farmy friends! Also feel free to share on any community pages or message boards.

RIDESHARE: If you are coming to Terrace from away, and need a ride OR can offer someone a ride, please post in the Facebook event discussion (link coming soon).


2:00 PM – Start Time
3:00 PM – Intro Circle
3:45 PM – Farm Tour
6:00 PM – End Time

COVID-19 PROTOCOLS: Please stay home if you have cold or flu-like symptoms, OR if you’ve been diagnosed with COVID-19 and are completing a period of self-isolation as mandated by public health, OR if you have had contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case in the past 14 days. Refer to the BC COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool for more information.

We welcome cancellations at any time – you can do so through Eventbrite, through the link in your registration confirmation email, or by contacting Please let us know if you aren’t able to attend. If provincial health guidelines for events change, we may cancel the event and you will be notified by email.

AVIAN FLU PROTOCOLS: To prevent the spread of the current avian flu, if you keep chickens or have visited a farm or household that does, please wash your boots before coming onto the property.

Additional Information

  • Children are welcome to join us for this event but please leave ALL pets (especially dogs) at home.
  • Carpooling is encouraged! Have space in your car? Need a ride? Post in the Facebook event discussion (link coming soon).
  • Not sure what to bring to the potluck? Consider supporting your local, organic farmer and/or food producer and find inspiration with their ingredients. Also, it is greatly appreciated if you can include a little card with the ingredients list for your dish in case people have food allergies/sensitivities.
  • Join our Young Agrarians Central and Northern BC Facebook Group to stay up-to-date with happenings in the area.
  • Sign up for our one of our regional Central and Northern BC newsletters for all the dirt on farm events near you.
  • Questions? Email


About Thimbleberry Farm

Thimbleberry Farm is located in Terrace, BC. Established in 2016, owners and operators Vicky and Chris manage a market garden, pastured poultry, layer flock, and meat rabbits. As a no-till, no-pesticide/herbicide farm, Vicky and Chris integrate the farm’s different operations to create a healthy and diverse agro-ecosystem that produces nutritious, ethically grown food for their community.

Vicky and Chris practice small-scale, intensive farming. They would like to show people that a lot of food can be produced on a small acreage using little mechanization. They feel their operation is an example of a very accessible way to farm.

Learn more about the Thimbleberry Farm:



Instagram: @thimbleberryfarmbc

Read about the past Meet & Greets in the news!

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