BC YOUNG FARMERS – BCAC

About BC Young Farmers

BC Young Farmers (BCYF) is a working committee within BCAC that believes in moving agriculture into the future. BCYF has a strong following of young farmers with small and large operations alike. BCYF assists young farmers in B.C. aged 19-40 with information, education and support to ensure farming remains a success in our province. Through their events and workshops, their networks have an opportunity to expand their knowledge and exchange ideas that can positively influence farming in B.C.



BCYF Events

Growing Your Farm Team

Thursday, June 10th at 10:00 - 11:30am

Is your farm ready to grow? Do you need more hands to get the work done? Join us for a panel discussion exploring your options for meeting on-farm labour needs.

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BCYF Updates and Useful Links
BCYF Updates

BC Young Farmers is proud of the reach of our adapted 2021 New Entrant Skill Development Program, which supports young farmers in gaining access to the skills they need to reach their farming potential. Watch for the announcement of our next season late 2021. This program is funded through the governments of Canada and British Columbia as part of the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a $3 billion federal-provincial-territorial initiative to strengthen the agriculture, agrifood and agri-based product sector.

To be the first to know when the program relaunches, join our mailing list.


 


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The BCCA is hosting a Wildfire Townhall on Aug. 4 at 12pm. If you're interested in attending, please register here: us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0sd-2vqD0qHdWtjtqiZOy46Moa_Dz9d3wu

The agenda is as follows:
- 12:00 noon Welcome & Housekeeping (Renee Ardill, BCCA President & Bree Patterson, Moderator)

- 12:05 BCCA updates on wildfire and drought (Kevin Boon, BCCA Manager)

- 12:15 BC Wildfire Service update (Ian Meier, Executive Director - BC Wildfire Service)

- 12:25 National Update Drought & Agri-Recovery (Brady Stadnicki, Manager Policy & Programs Canadian Cattlemen’s Association)

- 12:35 Provincial Update Support Programs for Fire & Drought (Mark Raymond, Executive Director Support Services, Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Fisheries)

- 12:45 Q&A with Participants

- 12:57 Wrap up

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the BCCA office.
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BCYF Committee

Rudi Meier - Chair


Rebecca Senicar - Vice Chair


Samuel Glasgow


Russell Rietsema


Erin Harris




Scott Fadden - Ex Officio


Jag Sahi - Ex Officio



BCYF Sponsors

Please click our Platinum, Gold and Silver level sponsors to view their sites and support their businesses. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, or simply renewing a Sponsorship Package.


Champion Sponsors

TD offers comprehensive farm financing solutions, providing varying options for both day-to-day and long-term credit needs including Agriculture Operating Lines, Agriculture Term Loans, Canadian Agriculture Loans Act (CALA) Loans, and more.


Supporter Sponsors


 


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BCYF assists young farmers in BC with information, education and support to ensure farming remains a success in our province! Through our events & workshops, our members have an opportunity to expand their knowledge and exchange ideas that can positively influence farming in BC.

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Contact BCYF

For more information about BC Young Farmers or to learn how to get involved, please email us or use the contact form provided below.

     

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    Mailing Address: BC Young Farmers c/o BC Agriculture Council, Unit #1 – 2650 Progressive Way, Abbotsford, BC V2T 6H9