Home   News

Historic investment in food security supports British Columbians

The Province is investing more than $200 million in food security to ensure people have better access to an increased supply of affordable, local food.   

“Food security in British Columbia requires an available, affordable and uninterrupted supply of nutritious food,” said Premier David Eby. “At the same time, we need targeted, effective programs that support the people and communities most impacted by rising inflation, climate events and supply-chain shocks.”

The Ministry of Agriculture and Food will invest in new and enhanced programs to strengthen B.C.’s food supply chain and expand local food production from producers to processors and from packers to retailers. The ministry will also be investing in Indigenous communities to help with the availability and cost of food and to improve local food security, particularly in remote and rural communities. The funding will also help agricultural producers and food processors grow their businesses and become more resilient to the impacts of climate change and extreme weather events.  

Click here to see more...

Trending Video

How Much is too Much Moisture for Hay?

Video: How Much is too Much Moisture for Hay?

Paul Vining, Oklahoma Quality Beef Network coordinator, explains how much or how little moisture should be in your hay.