Tag Archives: Land Match

LAND OPPORTUNITY: 1 Acre with Market Garden, Fruit Trees, Greenhouses and more – Ladysmith, BC

Posted by Azja Jones Martin on December 16, 2021

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 productive, well maintained mixed 1 acre farm is looking for a leasing farmer to continue to steward the land. All natural practices have been used throughout. Access is from road at the south end of the property, and the farmable space runs to the north – approximately 400 feet long, including space occupied by small outbuildings and greenhouses in the centre of the farm. Cultivatable … Continue reading LAND OPPORTUNITY: 1 Acre with Market Garden, Fruit Trees, Greenhouses and more – Ladysmith, BC

BC Timber Goats Find New Home on Leased Land in Quesnel, BC

Posted by Jolene Swain on March 05, 2020

Bruce Bradley is a participant in the B.C. Land Matching Program (BCLMP), which provides land matching and business support services to new farmers looking for land to farm, as well as landowners interested in finding someone to farm their land. Visit the B.C. Land Matching Program page to learn more about the program and to find a Young Agrarians Land Matcher in your region. Please introduce yourself and tell us a bit about your farm: Hi, my name is Bruce. I am very passionate about conservation and sustainable farming. I operate BC Timber Goats, an invasive weed and fuel mitigation company. We … Continue reading BC Timber Goats Find New Home on Leased Land in Quesnel, BC

Looking for a Lower Mainland Land Owner & Land Seeker!

Posted by Kristen Nammour on January 18, 2016 2 Comments

Dear Farmers + Friends, Young Agrarians is piloting a farmland matchmaker service based on Quebec’s Agricultural Land Bank model (Banques de Terres) in the Lower Mainland this year. We have a two-day organizational training coming up to learn the ropes of matchmaking. On February 3rd, we would like to work with one land owner, and one land seeker for 1-2 hours of your time. We will practice assessing the land for its agricultural suitability which will help us train our matchmakers in the field. Are you a land owner looking to have your land farmed, or potentially a farmer looking to … Continue reading Looking for a Lower Mainland Land Owner & Land Seeker!