LAND OPPORTUNITY: Space on Quiet Property for Food Production – Duncan, BC

Posted by Azja Jones Martin on May 17, 2022

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Two areas on this quiet, rural property are available for production. Both are easily accessible from the property’s driveway.

– Approximately 1/4 acre field space at the back of the property is adjacent to woodland and currently unmanaged. Vegetation is grasses and a few small bushes. The area is partially livestock fenced, and water access is from a productive dug well. The land is mostly flat with good exposure, trees are to the north (above photo).

– Additionally, flat and clear space at the front of the property (perhaps 1/8 acre) is available for use, as well as the grassy margin along the property line (photos above and below).


This opportunity is available for food production or other farm use, the landholders would be happy to receive a small amount of product in exchange for use of the space. There may be a possibility to live on site in your own accommodation, hookups are available. A barn/storage building space is available for shared use with the landholders.

The property is located in Paldi, about 15 minutes west of Duncan towards Lake Cowichan. The Trans-Canada trail runs along the back of the property and forested parkland boarders the property on two sides – this is a great opportunity for a grower or growers who like being outside of town and with easy access to nature.


This land opportunity is available through the B.C. Land Matching Program. Reach out to the Vancouver Island Land Matcher at to start a conversation and learn about next steps.

Learn more about the land (and other Land Listings in your region) on the Young Agrarians UMAP. For more about the B.C. Land Matching Program, please visit

The B.C. Land Matching Program is funded on Vancouver Island by the Province of British Columbia, with support from Cowichan Valley Regional District and the Real Estate Foundation of B.C.

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