Young Agrarians

Last night at the seed saving workshop there was discussion about young agrarians meeting up to discuss interesting topics.Everyone is welcome, not only the “young” 

Here is the info below: 


On Tuesday August 19th, the Just Us! Centre for Small Farms is pleased to host Sara Dent (the BC Coordinator of the Young Agrarians )…we thought her visit would be a good excuse to have some folk drop by and perhaps think about our own Young Agrarians chapter!


It will be pretty casual…from 7PMish on…we’ll have some refreshments and a bonfire…just drop by if you have the time.  Please forward the invite to young folks on the farm or anyone interested in farming.


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