Cattle Industry Development Council Annual General Meeting
3438 Shuswap Road E, Kamloops
Workshop & Field Day: Supporting Native Pollinators & Beneficial Insects and Invasive Species
YEAR IN REVIEW
PREMISES ID & TRACEABILITY
CODE OF PRACTICE FOR THE CARE & HANDLING OF BEEF CATTLE
Lee Hesketh, Program Manager
1010 Shuswap River Rd, Lumby, BC V0E 2G9
Ph: (250) 547-6586
The BC Cattlemen's Association is pleased to offer cattle producers of BC the Farmland-Riparian Interface Stewardship Program (FRISP).
FRISP is designed to help provincial agriculture producers to protect and enhance water quality, to protect and enhance riparian vegetation, and prevent and mitigate agricultural impacts on streams and lakes. This will be accomplished by:
Funding for the FRISP program is provided from a cross section of stakeholders, industry, government and private funders.
The BC Cattlemen's Association continues to seek funding to extend this valuable stewardship and enhancement program.
Download the FRISP Brochure: Can I Restore An Unhealthy Riparian Corridor? Caution- large file size
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