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TELKWA, BC – Land Social at High Slope Acres – Sunday, September 6th

Posted by Jolene Swain on August 14, 2020

PLEASE NOTE – THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED TO SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th, 4-7pm. We apologize for any inconvenience, and hope to connect with you all then! You’re invited to a socially-distanced Land Social at High Slope Acres, a flower and vegetable farm in Telkwa, B.C! If you’re curious about what land matching and sharing is all about,  join us for the event. Be inspired and learn about the incredible farming that can be done collaboratively! We will tour the farm, enjoy some a locally prepared food, and take a dive into the steps to building a successful farm on leased … Continue reading TELKWA, BC – Land Social at High Slope Acres – Sunday, September 6th

FARM JOB: SMITHERS, BC – High Slope Acres, Carpenter/farm helper

Posted by Michalina Hunter on March 20, 2020

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High Slope Acres in Smithers, BC is seeking a Carpenter/Farm Helper for the 2020 season! This is a full time position split between two neighbouring businesses / employers. ABOUT High Slope Acres Mountains, lakes, and a cultural community all close by this 80 acre, 2 parcel farm. It is located in the Bulkley Valley, overlooking both Telkwa and Smithers in Northern British Columbia. There is an abundance of wild and cultivated foods, fields, forests, chickens, pets, and the neighbours bees to enjoy. There are some apple trees and raspberries but mostly the 3 acre garden supplies mixed veggies to the local farmers markets … Continue reading FARM JOB: SMITHERS, BC – High Slope Acres, Carpenter/farm helper

Feb 5 & 7, 2019: PRINCE GEORGE & TELKWA, BC – Climate Change Adaptation Workshops

Posted by Michalina Hunter on January 16, 2019

Join the BC Agriculture and Food Climate Action Initiative in enhancing agriculture’s ability to adapt to climate change! The BC Agriculture and Food Climate Action Initiative works with regional governments and local producers to develop tools and resources to enhance regional and agricultural resilience to climate change. The workshops are Part 2 of a Regional Adaptation Strategies planning process which will result in a clear set of local strategies and actions. At the workshops, you’ll be able to develop and action strategy for addressing climate impacts, share your knowledge and experience and build on the results of workshop #1 (held … Continue reading Feb 5 & 7, 2019: PRINCE GEORGE & TELKWA, BC – Climate Change Adaptation Workshops