Tag Archives: Richmond Farm School

B.C. Business Mentorship Network – Sapo Bravo Organics

Posted by Melanie Buffel on February 10, 2020

Ashala at the East Vancouver Farmer's Market.

Young Agrarians is celebrating the sixth year of the Business Mentorship Network (BMN) program. The BMN offers business mentorships  to a diverse array of new and young farmers across BC. Through one-on-one mentorship and peer networks, young farmers develop the skills necessary to operate ecologically sustainable and financially viable farm businesses. We love to profile our program participants and celebrate their efforts! My name is Ashala Daniel from Sapo Bravo Organics and my mentor is DeLisa Lewis from Green Fire Farm. Where do you farm? I farm outside Lytton, BC. What do you farm? Half my farm is tree fruit (cherries, peaches, plums, apricots, apples and pears) and … Continue reading B.C. Business Mentorship Network – Sapo Bravo Organics

LAND: Prospective Farmers, looking for land and mentorship to start a farm business in Richmond, BC

Posted by Moss Dance on January 14, 2017

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The Richmond Farm School of Kwantlen Polytechnic University have been partnering with the City of Richmond for many years on the incubator plots. The incubator plots are ½ acre pieces of fertile land allocated to prospective farmers, at a low cost, who have completed some form of agriculture production training. It is meant for people who are dedicated to starting a small-scale farm business without having to invest in too much. It is not meant for people with the intention of starting a homestead production. Despite the Richmond Farm School not running this year, the incubator plots are open to … Continue reading LAND: Prospective Farmers, looking for land and mentorship to start a farm business in Richmond, BC