The BC Young Farmers Association is a young organization, energized and excited about moving into the future. We have an amazing membership of over 250 registered young farmers (and that number is growing) with small and large operations alike, from commodity categories including: beef cattle, berries, dairy, field vegetables, flowers, fox, grain, greenhouse, hay, mink, nursery, pork, poultry, pigeon, eggs, duck, geese, sheep, lamb, goats, horse, vineyard, tree fruits, bees, and organic & specialty producers.
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.
With years of electrical and power system experience, we have developed the capabilities and expertise to take on projects of all types. Our journeyman electricians and our apprentices in training, take great pride in a job well done. Find out more »
Canadian Young Farmers’ Forum (CYFF) was established in 1997. It is CYFF’s goal to assist young farmers with information while exchanging ideas that lead to progressive strategies to ensure farming success in Canada. Through networking with young farmers – like yourself – our organization’s goal is to provide education, leadership training and capacity building for young agriculture producers of Canada. Find out more »
The BC Greenhouse Growers’ Association represents greenhouse vegetable farmers in British Columbia. Our growers produce 96 percent of all of B.C.’s greenhouse vegetable production. Taking up only 0.01 percent of B.C.’s total farmland, our glass greenhouses produce about 11 percent of the province’s total agriculture production value. Find out more »
As Canada’s leading agriculture lender, FCC is advancing the business of agriculture. With a healthy portfolio of more than $25.9 billion and 20 consecutive years of portfolio growth, FCC is strong and stable – committed to serving the industry through all cycles and to being socially and environmentally responsible. Find out more »
The BC Chicken Growers’ Association was founded in 1957 as a non-profit organization to unite commercial chicken growers in BC and work towards a more stable industry. The Association acts as a liaison between the chicken growers, other branches of the chicken industry and the government. Find out more »
BC Young Farmers believes in supporting youth getting into agriculture and provides scholarships to students enrolled in post-secondary institutions studying agriculture.