The B.C. government provides farm management tools, information and resources on best practices for business growth, planning ahead for hazardous situations and creating environments to maximize productivity on your farm.
Farm Business Management
Knowing how to manage and grow your farming business involves a broad range of skills and knowledge. Information, tools and services are available to help adopt best practices, acquire and manage staff, and maintain a safe workplace.
Farmers need to plan ahead for hazardous situations to help minimize negative impacts to farms and speed recovery. Tools and resources are available to help farmers plan and prepare for emergencies. The government also has emergency response plans and resources in place to assist farmers during an emergency event. Programs may be available to help recover after a natural disaster or major disease outbreak.
Structures and Mechanization
Regardless of the type of operation, all farms and ranches will have an array of structures for specified purposes and will rely on equipment to maximize economic potential.
Farmers and Womens Institutes
Farmers and Womens Institutes are rural organizations which are cross-commodity in nature and are concerned with most aspects of the farming industry and society from a community agriculture perspective.