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Changes to ALR could see more business on farmland Changes to the Agricultural Land Reserve could result in moreagribusiness onfarmland across the province, while opening the door to non farm businesses on farmland in the Interior, Kootenay and North regions. The Agriculture Land Commission will remain in place, with plans for an improved governance structure and better coordination with local government planners, according to a Ministry of Agriculture news release posted Thursday detailing the results of a review of ALR and ALC operations. Restrictions in Zone 1, which includes the South Coast, Island and Okanagan regions, will remain similar, but will be considered to allow new, limited, value added farming activities, such as food processing,processing, Islanders jerseys cheap on farmland. the full newsnews cheap Islanders jerseys releasehere. Agriculture Council below. Check back later today and this weekend for reaction and commentary on this story. BC Agriculture Council news release: The provincial government has confirmed what many in BC have suspected for months now a series of changes are in the works for British Columbia's Agriculture Land Reserve (ALR) and the operation of the Agricultural Land Commission (ALC). Rhonda Driediger, Chair of the BC Agriculture Council (BCAC) appreciatesappreciates womens Islanders jersey that opportunities exist to improve British Columbia's ALR and ALC, but the BCAC is also expressing concern about making short term gains that may erode long term opportunities. "Protecting farmland for future generations has to be the primary objective of the BC Agriculture Land Reserve. The best way to protect farm land is to develop public policy that supports the success of BC farmers and ranchers. Changes are needed to strengthen the economic landscape for BC farmers, but these changes must not jeopardize future farming generations or the long term food security of our province. The best way to avoid negative change is to involve those most impacted by it BC farmers." Despite being a leading voice for BC farmers and ranchers, the BC Agriculture Council has had limited engagementengagement cheap Islanders jerseys free shipping in the government's current ALR review process. "We support updating the ALR, and have respected the government's internal core review, but it's time they openly engage with BC's farming community especially as it applies to new or changing regulations." says Driediger. Without detailed information regarding the nature of changes proposedproposed Islanders jerseys china for the ALR by the provincial government it is difficult to determine how BC's farm land, farmers and food supply will be impacted. Less than 5% of British Columbia's land area is in the ALR and only 2.7% is classified as "capable of a wide range of crops". Farm Credit Canada estimates that the world's demand for food is set to grow by 70% by 2050. BC must develop a long term food and land use strategy.

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