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New funding sprouts more growth for B.C. seeds

The province of B.C. is increasing support for seed growers to enhance and expand their operations.

Nuffield Canada opens applications to agricultural scholarship program

Intended for mid-career Canadians with a passion for agriculture, the program is designed to fast-track their leadership development, then go on to become influencers in their sectors.

Feds invest in opportunities for Canadian youth in agriculture

Agriculture and Agri-Food canada has announced an investment of up to $2.1 million for three organizations to support development opportunities for Canadian youth in agriculture.
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Growing outside the box

Indoor farming technology opens doors to cultivating plant protein, livestock feed, medicine and more. » Learn more

Sweet potatoes take root in Alberta

The gutsy spirit of free enterprise is still alive in southern Alberta. Last year, a cattle ranch sprouted a greenhouse to begin growing sweet potatoes and sweet potato slips. » Learn more
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Metrolina celebrates 50 years

Metrolina Greenhouses, a family-owned and operated wholesale greenhouse producer of ornamental plants including annuals, perennials, shrubs and trees, marks its 50th year in business last month. » Read more...

B.C. farmers’ markets expansion program reopens for funding applications

The BC Farmers’ Market Expansion Program is reopening, making $142,500 available to eligible farmers’ markets that did not receive funding in the first round. Each successful applicant can receive as much as $15,000. » Read more...