WELCOME TO BCAC
Proudly representing B.C. farmers
BC Agriculture Council is a non-profit, non-governmental "Council of Associations" representing nearly 30 farm associations that in turn generate 96% of provincial farm gate sales. In partnership with industry and government, BCAC facilitates the delivery of programs and services to grow B.C. into the most dynamic and robust agricultural province in Canada.
Helping you stay informed!
For federal government updates, travel advice and resources, click here.
For provincial recommendations on protecting yourself and your community, click here.
TEMPORARY FOREIGN WORKERS
For all Temporary Foreign Worker resources and updates, including funding and application details, visit the the WALI website.
Agriculture and Agri-Foods Canada is offering a number of programs to support farmers and ranchers. More info.
For more information on the federal government’s financial support for farmers and ranchers through Farm Credit Canada, click here.
For job opportunities in agriculture, click here.
To purchase PPE (personal protective equipment) for the exclusive benefit of the food production, seafood and agriculture sectors in BC, click here.
For emergency planning resources from AgSafe BC, click here.
BC Grain Producers' Association
BC Grain Producers’ Association represents the interests of BC grain and oilseed producers on local, provincial and federal levels and works on crop varieties research.
MEMBER QUICK FACTS
- 250 members grow up to 90% of grains and oilseeds grown in BC.
- BC farmers produce approximately 600,000 tonnes of grains per year.
- Grains grown in the BC Peace Region have been developed for a shorter growing season with longer days.
- Majority of grains and oilseeds are exported to be used as a raw ingredient.
WHY COMMUNITY CONFIDENCE IS
IMPORTANT TO FARMERS
How the way you shop makes an impact right here in your home province.
CONNECTING PEOPLE BACK TO FARMS
Helping farmers and ranchers tell their stories
Consumers are more interested in how their food is grown, processed and brought to market than ever before. We simply want to make sure that consumers — in an environment where they are bombarded with contradictions — have the balanced information they need about food to make informed choices that are right for them and their families.