- About Us
- Our Programs
- Farmland Wildlife
- History of Farming in Delta
- How You Can Help
Read "Farmland & Wildlife," the biannual newsletter of Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust. To subscribe to an electronic copy of our newsletter, email firstname.lastname@example.org with "e newsletter" in the subject heading. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader (download it here) to view the newsletter.
NEW!!! DECEMBER 2012: New Program Coordinator, Ag & Environemnt Forum, Young Naturalist Citizen Science, Earthworm Study, Biodiversity of Set-asides
July 2012: The True Cost of Food, Interview with Noel Roddick, Wildlife Research Updates, Visit from UK Farmers
December2011: Frozen Foods, Interview with Art Bomke, Day at the Farm, Grassland Set-aside Experiment
July 2011: Arthropod Diversity Inventory, Clover Acreage Increased, Barn Owl Boxes, Summer Solstice Fundraiser, Vancity Funding
December 2010: Crop Harvest Woes, Benfits of Clover Cover Crops, Greenfields Bulletin, and Meadowlarks
July 2010: Cover Crop Research, Invertebrate Sampling, Day at the Farm, Short-eared Owls, and Environment Canada Grant
December 2009: Losing Wildlife, Winter Wheat, Former Trust Biologist Helps Out, Snow Goose Habitat Changes, and Student Work Experience with DF&WT
July 2009: Short-eared Owls, Day at the Farm, National Wildlife Areas, UBC Agroecology Students, GIS Student Work Experience, Stripe Rust and Winter Wheat
December 2008: GIS Software, Winter Wheat Trials, Farm Biodiversity, Eco-friendly Crop Rotations, Greenfields Bulletin, and Barn Owls
July 2008: 15 Years of DF&WT Stewardship, Crop Rotations, Swans and Potatoes, Honey Bees in Grassland Set-asides, Farmer Service & Stewardship Awards, Century of Farming in Delta, and BC Fresh Signage
December 2007: Message from DF&WT Chair, Greenfields Bulletin, Urban Forest Planting, Day at the Farm, and Snow Geese from the Air
July 2007: Delta Agricultural Census, Regional Soil Surveys, Barn Owls, Greenfields Bulletin, and Hedgerows
News & Events
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.