The resources below offer information that supports farmers and business owners to start, grow, and run successful organic operations.
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Committed to developing and strengthening the capacity of farmers’ markets in all regions of British Columbia. Helping markets, farmers and small businesses grow so local food continues to thrive.
Coordinated set of activities geared toward both farmers and eaters in order to support the expansion of CSA programs in BC.
Find CSAs by region.
Browse list of Vancouver Farmers Markets vendors offering CSAs.
Browse list of CSA programs across Canada.
Organic BC’s annual gathering of BC’s organic community.
Young Agrarians is a resource network for new and young farmers with a lens on ecological, organic and regenerative agriculture in Canada. Find opportunities and events by region.
Showcasing the latest and most innovative equipment and technology for the agriculture industry. Join thousands of farmers and agri-food producers in learning how to make your operation more efficient.
A once-a-year opportunity to get together with your farmers’ market peers to share best practices, learn from industry experts, build connections and gain inspiration.
Young Agrarians empowers new farmers to develop the business skills they need to operate ecologically sustainable and financially viable farm businesses.
Programs are available to support farmers and food processors to start, grow and innovate their business and more effectively market their products.
Tools and programs available to provide agricultural producers with protection against income and production losses, helping manage risks that threaten the viability of farms.
Financing for primary producers, agribusiness and businesses in the food industry.
Toolkit for farmers and food producers who would like to build or manage their own online business, or be better equipped to work with a web or marketing professional.
Tools and resources for marketing and agri-tourism.
Resources from the Organic Agriculture Centre of Canada (OACC) on aspects of the marketing and economics of organic products.