Posted on Apr 04, 2023
Over 3,500 acres of farmland and wildlife habitat on the lower Fraser River delta has been preserved through co-operative land stewardship of Delta Farmland and Wildlife Trust and local farmers. A group of local farmers and conservationists, with an interest in conserving agricultural and wildlife resources in Delta, founded the Trust in 1993. The Trust believes that the preservation and sustainability of farmland as a source of food as well as a valued wildlife habitat starts with a commitment to environmentally sound and economically viable agricultural practices. 
Valerie Miller, Coordinator
Delta Farmland and Wildlife Trust
The Stewardship Programs of Delta Farmland and Wildlife Trust bring conservationists and farmers together as “Partners in Stewardship.”
The non-profit Trust raises funds to support farmers who establish on-farm wildlife habitat, liaises with farmers to assess and refine agricultural management practices, conducts research to assess the quality of wildlife habitat provided by the Trust's Stewardship Programs and educates the public about the role of local farmland for food production and wildlife conservation.
Walt Hayward and President Guillermo Bustos
thank Valerie Miller