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Discover organic in BC through the eyes of farmers! In the first of this series, organic legend Mary Forstbauer shares her vision for the future of organic food and farming. Spoiler: her answer is full of hope! Think Before You Eat, #ThinkBCOrganic. This video is a collaboration between COABC and the Canada Organic Trade Association. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more organic farm goodness – and be sure to join the #FarmerFriday campaign as we share BC farmers’ stories of what it means to be certified organic. Video Rating: / 5 This Agroforestry Production Development Tool (APD Tool) is a decision making and planning tool developed with input and feedback from stakeholders including farmers, consultants and other experts and developed by UBC Farm in partnership with Brinkman & Associates Reforestation. The tool helps assess many levels of new agroforestry endeavours, including environmental, social and economic considerations, labour and cash flow planning. Funding for the British Columbia Agroforestry Industry Development Initiative (AIDI) has been provided by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada through the Canadian Agricultural Adaptation Program (CAAP). In British Columbia, this program is delivered by the Investment Agriculture Foundation of BC. The Province of British Columbia provides in-kind support to the AIDI. The AIDI is administered by the Federation of BC Woodlot Associations with the guidance of the Agroforestry Management Committee. Related PostsJulian Rose: Organic Farming and Green WisdomA hydroponic alternative: Review of the Garden Tower 2 from Mary Crouse (Texas)BC Certified Organic: The Story of Forever SeedsHydroponics and Soil Gardeners: Make liquid fertilizer from kitchen discards and weeds. Go organic!The Legend of Zelda Breath of the WildGarden Design Guru: John Brookes; a Landscape Design Legend

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  • kate graves 1 year ago

    Food sufficiency advocacy…

  • Chris Green 1 year ago

    It would be nice if one could download and save this video for use off-line. And if the APD tool came in a version that runs on OpenOffice.