Collaborative Farming

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Are you interested in lightening your load by working with other farmers? At this session, you will hear from farmers who are exploring creative ways to share resources, market collectively, and collaborate, in formal and informal ways.

The webinar is approximately 60 minutes long. Participants will learn why farmers choose collaborative farming, how they find partners, the benefits and tradeoffs, task division, compensation management, logistics of product distribution, and the future of collaborative farming for individuals and the food system.

The panel discussion features Arzeena from Amara Farm, Emily and Nathan from Confluence Farms, Jason and Krystyna from Seed of Life Farm, and Thanu from Wild Bee Florals.

Who is this information for? 

This information is applicable to current and new farmers hoping to share resources, market collectively, and collaborate with other farmers, as well as anyone curious about collaborative farming. Those working towards collaborative farming will also find value in the considerations and resources mentioned. While this content was developed through the BCLMP and focuses on B.C.-based regulations and case stories, the topics covered are relevant to anyone considering collaborative farming. 

If you are in B.C. and interested in finding land to lease, or a farmer to lease your land, or if you need support developing an agreement with someone you found yourself, please reach out to the BCLMP via the webpage, or by emailing


This content is available for free.

We welcome donations via the registration page. Your donations help Young Agrarians support new and young farmers to grow food and access programs!

The video content is the Collaborative Farming webinar originally presented on November 29th, 2022. Have questions about the B.C. Land Matching Program? Reach out to the BCLMP Coordinator at

The B.C. Land Matching Program is funded by the Government of Canada and the Province of British Columbia under the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a federal-provincial-territorial initiative, with additional support from Columbia Basin Trust, Bullitt Foundation, Cowichan Valley Regional District, and the Real Estate Foundation of BC.

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