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ABOUT THE LAND
This gorgeous property was bought by the current owners 3 years ago and they since been have been working at creating a beautiful sanctuary for food production and permaculture education. There is an existing orchard, 60 laying hens, a food forest complete with meadows, ponds and microclimates has been started at the back of the land.The whole property is 7.9 acres in the ALR. There is 2 acres of fertile good land for a market garden. The soil is a sandy loam, with no rocks to be seen and has been fallow for many years. The water table is high, approximately 2 – 5 ft below the surface, depending on time of year. There is ample well water for irrigation.
ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITY
Looking for a skilled market gardener(s) who has the skill, energy and capacity to effectively and healthily manage these 2 acres for diverse crop, food production. The candidate must use permaculture principles in their approach and will not to plant mono crops or use plastic mulch. Accommodations may be available, or it may be possible to accept a RV in good condition or a tiny home on the land as a farmers residence. This is for people that want to farm, this is not just a place to live. If you are not farming you will not stay here! This is shared land for community based farming and permaculture. Could be easily certified organic.
GET IN TOUCH!
This land opportunity is participating in the BC Land Matching Program. Get in touch with the Okanagan Land Matcher, Tessa, at email@example.com for more information.
Check out the UMap Listing at : https://maps.youngagrarians.org/locations/55143-Permaculture-Plot-to-Share
To learn more about the BC Land Matching Program and other land opportunities, visit https://youngagrarians.org/tools/land/
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.