- About Us
- Our Programs
- Farmland Wildlife
- History of Farming in Delta
- How You Can Help
Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust
Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust is a non-profit organization that promotes the preservation of farmland and wildlife habitat on the lower Fraser River delta through co-operative land stewardship with local farmers.
Each year, Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust provides local farmers with $325,000 of cost-share funding through our Stewardship Programs. With this funding, farmers can invest in the long-term health of their soil while providing habitat for a diversity of wildlife, including birds migrating along the Pacific Flyway. These Stewardship Programs ensure an annual average of over 500 acres of Grassland Set-asides, 3,000 acres of Winter Cover Crops, and over 12 km of Hedgerows & Grass Margins.
Explore this website to learn more about Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust and the work we do, or read our 2011 Annual Report
Support Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust
- To make a tax deductible donation to Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust, click the Canada Helps' link below or print and send in the donation form shown below. Also consider a lasting contribution through Planned Giving (call our office at 604-940-3392 to find out how). Your donation will work towards conserving the regionally, nationally, internationally important farmland and wildlife resources contained in this significant wildlife area.
News & Events
NEW! MSc. Student Dru Yates competes in UBC 3 Minute Thesis CompetitionRead More..
NEW! DF&WT on Global NewsRead More..
DF&WT Hosts Young Naturalists' Club of BC
DF&WT teams up with the Young Naturalist Club of BC for a Grassland Set-aside monitoring Citizen Science Project!Read More..
Cover Crop Research Helps Refine Management
DF&WT research reveals the importance of planting date on the ability of a cover crop to support waterfowl.Read More..
- Get To Know SOME OF OUR WILDLIFE:
- Northern Shrike Known as the "Butcher Bird," the Shrike impales prey on thorns to attract mates and mark its territory.
- Lesser Snow Goose Snow Geese congregate on farm fields by the tens of thousands searching for potatoes, grain, and grass.
- Bumblebee These insects benefit farmers by pollinating crops. They find refuges in Grassland Set-asides and Hedgerows.