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ABOUT THE LAND
This property features 90 acres of mixed grazing and gardening land on the west side of the Willow River near Buckhorn, south of Prince George. The land has been partially fenced and cleared in the last few years and is ready for new projects. There are two shallow wells and access to river water for livestock or crops (licenses will be needed for commercial use).
The current landholders live on the property with their horses, and use the land for logging, mixed livestock and small-scale vegetable production. They are not currently utilizing all the land and would love to see it all in operation with a community of like-minded, land-loving individuals.
This property is located near multiple creeks and water systems including lakes with excellent fishing and recreation. If you are an avid outdoor enthusiast, this is the place for you.
ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY
The landholders are open to various types of production. They are also willing to share resources and infrastructure. This is a very flexible opportunity for the right individuals wanting to live intentionally and cooperatively on the land.
Off-grid rustic cabin housing accommodations can be built on the property and the landholders are also open to mobile/tiny homes.
GET IN TOUCH!
This land is available through the B.C. Land Matching Program. If you are interested in this land opportunity, please contact the Central North Land Matcher, Andrew Adams, at firstname.lastname@example.org with the link to this post, any relevant photos, and a paragraph or two on each of the following topics:
- About you
- Your farming experience
- Your plans for the land
For more details, check out the UMAP Listing for this property.
For more land opportunities, and to learn about the B.C. Land Matching program, please visit youngagrarians.org/land.
The B.C. Land Matching Program is funded in Central & Northern B.C. 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 the Real Estate Foundation of BC.