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AVFSS Events

The Alberni Valley Food Security Society promotes, facilitates, collaborates and participates in a wide variety of events around food security. 

Connect with our Events team to find out more:

Seedy Saturday

For a self-sufficient, food secure & resilient Alberni Valley

We are excited to present this annual family event with the work of a dedicated group of volunteers and generous donations from the Women's Food and Water Initiative. Admission is by donation and there will be opportunities to:

Meet local farmers and producers

Speak with community food organizations 

Learn about saving seeds

Purchase Island seeds, cuttings and rootstock

Participate in children's activities 

Check out and participate in the Seed Exchange

Join us in the Dogwood Room at the Echo Centre and prepare for a successful and food secure gardening season! 

Check out Seedy Saturday

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Island Agriculture Show

Growing Stability in Uncertain Times

The 2023 Island Agriculture Show promotes agriculture and offers conference sessions and provides a venue for farmers, rural landowners, farm organizations, equipment dealers, service providers and the general public to learn, connect and engage. There are also educational workshops on various agricultural topics, many relating to access of food.

 

AVFSS will be attending the show and we invite you to come visit us at the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District's exhibition table.   

Pruning Workshop

We are looking forward to hosting a fruit tree pruning workshop in late winter/early spring.

At this moment we are looking for properties to host the event; if you have a several types of fruit trees or bushes that could use some maintenance contact us to participate!

Learn how to care for the health of your trees to minimize damage, prevent disease and increase the life and productivity of your fruit trees. 

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We are hiring...

AVFSS is looking for someone who will  assist us to develop projects and community partnerships that lead to improved food security 

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