Salt Spring Island Farmland Trust protects farmland, promotes agriculture and supports sustainable food production on Salt Spring Island, the largest and most developed of the Southern Gulf Islands of British Columbia.
The Root, on Beddis Road in Ganges, currently under development, will provide a multi-function local food center to support increased food production, storage, processing and education. It will be a working model of regenerative agriculture in a changing climate.
The Burgoyne Valley Community Farm in the Fulford Valley, a 62-acre farm in the Agriculture Land Reserve, is home to four new entrant farmers, 78 family allotment gardens, and a half-acre food garden for charitable food programs serving the community.
Online Donations – Salt Spring Island Farmland Trust
Your contribution supports permanent protection of lakes, rivers, shorelines, wetlands, and forests in some of Canada’s most beloved and threatened regions.
American Friends of Canadian Conservation operates like a donor-advised fund – accepting gifts of cash, securities, and land from U.S. taxpayers like you who recommend grants to qualified partner organizations. American Friends is a U.S. 501(c)(3) publicly-supported charity; therefore your donation is tax deductible in the U.S.
By contributing on this page, you are requesting that American Friends use your donation (minus a small percentage retained to cover costs of administering the grant program) to make a grant to Salt Spring Island Farmland Trust. Please read the terms for making grant recommendations to American Friends.
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