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ABOUT THE LAND
This 5 acre parcel has approximately 3 acres available for lease. The area for lease has been fallow for many years. The land has been in the family for many years and when it was owned by the current land owners father, he used to grow hay in the lower field. They have always held strong ecological principles and have never used chemicals of any kind.
There is lots of water on the property, as it backs onto the Shuswap River, and there is a small creek running through the front. There is irrigation water from the river, a good pump house and pump which provides good pressure, however if a larger area is needing to be irrigated, perhaps a newer or bigger pump will be required.
ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY
The place has a beautiful peace to it and the land gets excellent sun exposure. Rosalind, the land owner, has gardened there for many years and everything grows well! Because of age she finds it physically challenging to work the way she has worked her whole life, but would love to continue to have good food for herself and her family, so she would like to trade the use of the land for produce.
There could be storage space for the leasing farmers in the pump house building, but there is also space available to erect storage. The goal is to find someone who loves the land and loves to grow food, as she has for many years.
GET IN TOUCH!
This land opportunity is participating in the BC Land Matching Program. Get in touch with the Okanagan Land Matcher, Tessa, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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The B.C. Land Matching Program is funded in the Okanagan by the Province of British Columbia, with support from the Real Estate Foundation of B.C. and the Regional District of North Okanagan.