Agriculture

River deltas provide the best nutrient-rich soils, and ours is one of the best in the world. Delta is home to British Columbia’s most fertile farmland, just next door to many of our homes.  Future generations will depend on our success conserving this extraordinary land, by preserving the existing balance between rural and urban spaces in Delta South.

Our vibrant, active farming community carry the mantle of our region's great pioneering and agricultural heritage.

Related Links:
     > Delta Farmland and Wildlife Trust
     > Agricultural Land Commission
     > Kirkland House Foundation
     > Delta Museum and Archives

 

Filed Content:

Submission to the CEAA: Define the cumulative effects of Terminal 2

Blog Post

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency's (CEAA) latest round of public consultation for the proposed Roberts Bank Terminal 2 expansion has been public input into the draft Terms of Reference.

Bill 24 regulations consultation is open

Blog Post

The consultation on the Bill 24 regulations is open for public input until August 22nd, 2014. The government has released a consultation paper and a series of 11 questions, develop

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Sleepy Tsawwassen's wake-up call

News Article

Massive change is afoot for the once cosy beachside community of Tsawwassen.

After a decade in which the satellite community grew by no more than a few hundred people, it's now expected that 7,000 people will move to the area over the next 15 years.

Huntington supports SPCA call to protect farm animals

News Article

Delta, B.C. – Following revelations of animal abuse at a Chilliwack farm, Delta South MLA Vicki Huntington is supporting a B.C. SPCA call for strengthening legal protection for livestock.