You’re invited: Peace Living Lab Learning and Input Session
December 2nd, Rycroft Ag Centre
The partner groups putting together the Peace Living Lab proposal would like to invite you to an input and information session on Thursday, December 2nd at the Rycroft Community Centre. Coffee and sign-in starts at 11:15 am, the Read More »
The Taylor Bridge is an important part of the Peace Regions infrastructure. Majority of Producers in our area depend on the bridge to transport grains, oils seeds, parts, and equipment. In the past few years, we have encountered more and more delays caused by maintenance being done on the ageing Read More »
We are looking for your input! Do you have an innovative idea for a practice that might improve soil health and biodiversity? Would you like to see it tested at the farm level with researchers to help evaluate it?
The BC Grain Producers is part of an application to have a Read More »
Production Insurance Clients:
Notice of Losses (NOL): Clients who have Production Insurance are reminded that they MUST submit a NOL when their crops experience an insurable peril that reduces yields on their farm. This will allow adjusters time to inspect fields prior to any harvest activities and determine the extent of Read More »
As a poor harvest looms, farmers ask for compassion – not further
hardship – from industry partners
Sept. 2, 2021 (Ottawa, ON) – Amid historic drought conditions, Canada’s grain growers
are calling on grain companies to consider the impact that farmers face and work
collaboratively on solutions to mitigate further harm.
“As farmers, we Read More »
Cleanfarms will be showcasing a grain bag roller at the Rolla Transfer Station on August 25th at 9am. Farmers are welcome to attend to learn how to create a good bale for recycling.
If you have old grain bags in need of rolling, drop them off next week at the Rolla Read More »
As Grain farmers access to our land base and ability to get our product to market is extremely important to our agriculture operations. Directors of the BC Grain Producers met with Argo Road Maintenance representatives last week to discuss how we can work together to increase communication among landowners and Read More »
On July 15, 2021 our Annual General Meeting was held at the BCGPA research building in Dawson Creek. Thank you to those who attended we value the feedback from our membership as it helps us serve you better. Walter Fristche long time director with the BCGPA has moved on to Read More »
AAFC’s Science and Technology Branch is initiating its July impacts survey on Friday (July 23), in which it will be collecting information on how the weather has impacted producers across Canada in July. With hot dry conditions and wildfires raging through the province of BC, AAFC will like to know Read More »
Given the unprecedented weather events that have occurred in the Peace Region over the last few days we thought it would be helpful to send out some information if you are experiencing an emergency:
In the event of an emergency your first contact should be your local government, Regional District or Read More »