On July 12th the B.C. Grain Producer’s held annual Summer Farm Tour in the Cecil Lake area. This tour is to showcase the on-farm research that is going on in the BC Peace Region. This research has been funded by the BC Hydro Agriculture compensation fund, the ability to get Read More »
Location: Dawson Creek or Fort St John, BC
The BC Grain Producers Association (BC Grain) is a non-profit, producer-led organization that represents grain and oil seed growers in Northeast Read More »
On June 21, 2023, the BC Government published to their website, the final recommendations report for the Sustainable Agriculture Strategy and Strategic Framework. Director Hannah Willms has been involved with this advisory process with the BC Agriculture Council since December 2022. Hannah was representing Field Crops from the North and Read More »
Annual General Meeting Agenda
9:30 am – Register
10:00 am – Start
12:00 – Adjournment & Lunch
FARM TOUR SCHEDULE – July Read More »
You are invited to participate in a research survey that will be collecting data on the adoption of winter wheat and ultra-early seeding of spring wheat in the Canadian Prairies. This survey will take approximately 15 to 30 minutes.
To participate in this study, you must be
18 years old or olderRead More »
LAST DAY TO GET IN SEEDED CROP REPORTS IN!!
Seeded Crop reports need to be submitted by June 14th. Ensure your coverage is in place!
Hail Spot Loss is an affordable option to protect your crops from Hail or Wildfire. Premium rates per $100 of coverage are $1.68 Cereals & $2.58 Canola/Peas/Fine Read More »
Summer students Liam Walsh and Ella Bennett have been completing this years Peace Region Living Lab field testing for various sites. These tests determine soil compaction, moisture, temperature, infiltration, and general soil characteristics. Soil compaction, moisture, and temperature are all measured by a variety of probes. Infiltration is measured in Read More »
Add our Annual General Meeting and Farm tour to your summer plans! We will be touring farms in the Cecil Lake area. Agenda to follow in the next couple of weeks.