Events & News

Forage Winter Workshop
Dates: February 21, 2018
from 12 noon until 5:30 pm.
Please Note: Location Change to Farmington Hall, BC

We are very excited about the line up for our workshop this year:
Dr. J.C. Cahill, U of A, How plants behave.
Local producer panel, What works well locally.
Garth Hein, from Gallagher: Fencing as a tool, tips for what is being done locally, where to start & other innovative ideas.
Speakers to be confirmed so watch here for changes.  

Pre-registration is strongly advised. For more information please call or text Julie at 250 262 7576 or email:

Final Agricultural Mitigation and Compensation Plan Now Posted

The final Agricultural Mitigation and Compensation Plan is now available online.

The final Plan was developed by the Site C Agriculture Consultation Steering Committee (BC Hydro, the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Energy and Mines) with guidance from the draft Agricultural Mitigation and Compensation Plan, the Agricultural Mitigation and Compensation Plan Framework, consideration of consultation feedback, technical and financial input, and the consideration of relevant research and the agricultural assessment presented in the Environmental Impact Statement and the Joint Review Panel hearing report.

If you have any questions, please contact us by email at 

New Postings on Wildlife Mitigation Pages
Under R & D Projects Tab

Talon Gauthier was recently hired on a short term contract to update the Wildlife Mitigation pages under R & D Projects. To check them out:
1. click on R & D Projects tab at the upper righthand side of this website page,
2. choose Wildlife Management button on left handside of R & D projects page.
3. click on Wildlife Mitigation Project on righthand side.
4. Find the 4 pages on lower righthand side of the comprehensive lists of information on many wildlife management topics.

or Click Directly Here.

Thank you Talon.

BC Videos on Teaching Livestock to Graze Weeds

Click here to check out 4 videos
from our activities on this project linked to our Facebook page or try googling this topic on YouTube.

Watch here for new video in progress or contact Julie Robinson, Project Lead, Integrated Approach to Productive Forage Stands Using Livestock


Tess Davidson's all star lambs eating thistles. Tess and Howard hosted one of the tour stops on June 15.