Nearly everyone has critters of some kind on their agricultural property. As the number of orchards and vineyards has grown, the populations of some wildlife species have increased. more »
Pocket gophers! Rarely does one animal raise such ire in gardens, vineyards and orchards. Pocket gophers are native rodents that spend most of the day underground, emerging at night to eat tasty stems, leaves, and bark. more »
What do wild sheep and agriculture have in common? In many areas of British Columbia they share the same space, where vineyards, orchards and farms occupy the lower valleys and reach up to the rugged hillsides. more »
A column by Stephen Boles the President of Kuzuka (www.kuzuka.com), a leading corporate sustainability services consulting firm with extensive experience in the agriculture and food and beverage sectors.
The Wild Things
A column by Margaret Holm Margaret Holm of OSCA, the Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Alliance located in Penticton.