LAND OPPORTUNITY: 10 acres of cleared river valley land near Terrace, BC

Posted by Jolene Swain on December 16, 2020

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Situated in the Greater Terrace area, this prime land is near the confluence of the Skeena and Zygomatitz Rivers. Historically used for hay and potato production, the property is currently home to a variety of fruit trees and berry bushes as well as the early stages of some vegetable gardens.

Of the 22 acres, around 10 is cleared with potential for cultivation, grazing, market gardening or orchards – the opportunities are limitless in this unique Zone 7a Northern micro-climate. The land is also home to an annual music festival for which there are public shower and toilet facilities as well as power and water infrastructure. There is currently no fencing or additional outbuildings, but there is an excavator on site to assist in earthmoving and potential to build or add additional infrastructure to the lands.


The land is easily accessed at just 10 minutes from Terrace, and would be well suited to someone already living in the area looking for space to grow, or if you’re all set to live where you farm, there is the option of bringing a tiny home/trailer or cabin to the property. A prospectors tent is also on site that could be utilized .

The landholder is open to ideas whether it be vegetable, animal or mixed, and would love to see the land brought into production and supporting the local food economy in the region.


This land opportunity is available through the B.C. Land Matching Program. If you are interested in this land opportunity or looking for support developing a lease agreement, please contact

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