The Cowichan Valley Regional District directors have just blown another wad of your cash attempting to double down on the original BC Supreme Court win that upheld the 4 yr old CVRD land use zoning Read more… . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: CVRD’s Costly and Risky Legal Tactics Blew Up In Their Faces
Here is an idea whose time has come, at least for many of us. The possibilities of producing your own on site compost make a great deal of sense. Imagine diverting that much from the Read more… . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Oak Bay Pilots Household Compost Program
There is both joy and grieving among farming families in the area north of Dougan’s Lake after the Agricultural Land Commission gave their approval last week for gravel extraction on the 29.9 hectare portion of the Balme Ayr farm located on the north side of the TransCanada Highway.
The farm currently milks 110 cows in . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: ALC Approved Balme Ayr Application To Extract And Process Gravel-Many Neighbours Opposed
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Here is a guest post from Cowichan Conversations contributor-Larry Woodruff
This subject has become one of hypocrisy at its finest. Recently our benevolent members of the CVRD Board have turned the problem they have created to the public, supposedly to get quote “Our Ideas” on what to do. All . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Cowichan Valley Water and The CVRD