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LAND OPPORTUNITY: 3 acres ALR land in Revelstoke

Posted by Hailey Troock on July 12, 2019

3 acres Revelstoke ALR

We have more land opportunities than what is listed here! Get in touch with a Land Matcher at land@youngagrarians.org to access our full land inventory and B.C. Land Matching Program support in your region. ABOUT THE LAND This land opportunity is located in the community of Revelstoke, a town of about 15 000 located on the banks of the Columbia River. The property boasts 3-4 acres of cultivable land and has a view of the nearby Resort. The land was previously a homestead and hobby farm for almost 50 years. While some areas are ready for cultivation, others will need a bit flattening, a few stumps … Continue reading LAND OPPORTUNITY: 3 acres ALR land in Revelstoke

EVENT RECAP: KLAS Tool School at Linden Lane Farms

Posted by Hailey Troock on June 28, 2019

Andrew Carr explains how the KLAS tool library works

On Sunday, June 16, thirty farmers, food lovers and friends gathered at Linden Lane Farms in Krestova, Central Kootenay, for a tool demonstration with Kootenay Local Agricultural Society, farm tour and potluck social. The event brought out folks to the farm over the course of the afternoon from toddlers to farmers with five decades of experience. The event kicked off with an introduction circle. Everyone in the circle had the opportunity to tell the group a little bit about themselves and their interest in growing. Most of the group was visiting from nearby communities in Crescent Valley, Pass Creek and … Continue reading EVENT RECAP: KLAS Tool School at Linden Lane Farms

LAND OPPORTUNITY: 100 acres overlooking Grand Forks, BC

Posted by Hailey Troock on June 25, 2019

100 acres grand forks (1)

We have more land opportunities than what is listed here! Get in touch with a Land Matcher at land@youngagrarians.org to access our full land inventory and B.C. Land Matching Program support in your region. ABOUT THE LAND This land opportunity is located in the community of Grand Forks, 15 minutes from the down town area, on Hwy #3 West Side of town. This land boast 400 acres with 100 acres that was historically farmed by Russian Dukhobor’s. The land has a natural foraging potential for interested herbalist. Farm forest management is also a potential. Animal husbandry is also a possibility. The South-East-facing slope of this … Continue reading LAND OPPORTUNITY: 100 acres overlooking Grand Forks, BC

WORK TRADE FOR ACCOMMODATION: VALLICAN, BC at Where the Pavement Used to End Farm

Posted by Michalina Hunter on June 19, 2019

where the pavement used to end farm, vallican, winlaw, nelson, work trade

Looking for farm accommodation for work trade? Where the Pavement Used to End Farm in beautiful Vallican, near Nelson, BC might be the right fit for you! ABOUT Where the Pavement Used to End We are a 3 acre homestead/hobby farm working towards expanding into a market garden and farm stand.  We have a large vegetable garden and many fruit and nut trees along with about 65 laying hens and a roadside egg stand. We use organic practices however our farm is not certified organic. DESIRED QUALITIES Previous farm labour experience preferred, good work ethic, reliability. TASKS AT THE FARM Tasks will mainly be in … Continue reading WORK TRADE FOR ACCOMMODATION: VALLICAN, BC at Where the Pavement Used to End Farm

FARM THE BASIN: Back to the Biointensive Basics with the Kootenay Society for Sustainable Living (VIDEO)

Posted by Hailey Troock on February 01, 2019

Farm the Basin: Back to the Biointensive Basics with Kootenay Society for Sustainable Living

Sharon and James are sustainable mini-farmers, natural builders, and environmentalists. Over the last five years they have been on a journey to become self-reliant and to transition towards a more sustainable lifestyle. Amongst meeting and learning from a variety of experts in their fields, as interns at Ecology Action they studied under John Jeavons to learn how to not only grow their own complete diet, but to bring sustainable agriculture back to their community as teachers. All of their experiences have led them back to what’s most important: to help build a strong, healthy community of localized and sustainable living. … Continue reading FARM THE BASIN: Back to the Biointensive Basics with the Kootenay Society for Sustainable Living (VIDEO)