Additional resources are on the left sidebar of this page, in addition to those below:
AgriService BC Newsletters - info on upcoming programs, webinars, events and resources, and a library of past webinars.
ALC Policy - Criteria for Agricultural Capability Assessments - This policy is intended to provide information for professional agrologists submitting agricultural capability assessment reports as part of an exclusion, subdivision, non-farm use application, or as required through a compliance and enforcement action to ensure that they: 1) are providing sufficient information and evidence to support their assessment; 2) are qualified to complete this work, and 3) perform their work on the Reports as per the Code of Ethics of the British Columbia Institute of Agrologists. The submission of a report as part of an application is optional; however, one is recommended if the agricultural capability is the primary reason for the application. PDF
Journal of Ecosystems and Management: read the archives.
License to Farm - a documentary that examines the role of science, sustainability and food safety in modern agriculture, supports farmers with their right to farm.
Marketing a Mistrust of the Safest Food Supply in History - Dr. Kevin Folta's presentation
UNBCI - NRESi Free Video Library - The Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Institute (NRESi) builds connections among university researchers, communities or external experts to advance understanding of natural resources and the environment. NRESi facilitates collaborative projects that address complex issues involving ecological processes, social values, and earth science systems.
NSERC, SSHRC, and/or CIHR - applications for funding - click for the required research ethics tutorial (TCPS 2: CORE-Tutorial)
Recarbonization of Global Soils: A Tool to Support the Implementation of the Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture - The implementation of proven Soil Organic Carbon (SOC)-centred Sustainable Soil Management (SSM) practices for maintaining carbon-rich soils (peatlands, black soils, permafrost, etc.) and for sequestering more carbon in soils with such potential (croplands and degraded soils), would address the challenge of compensating global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Soil organic carbon sequestration has been shown to hold the largest sink potential in terrestrial ecosystems and agroecosystems.
Research Gate - scientific publications and articles.
Selenium and Soil Preparation - article by Marjorie Harris, Agrologist On Leave, September 2020.
UBC Science Connect - newsletter archives.
Voluntary Guidelines for Sustainable Soil Management - The Voluntary Guidelines for Sustainable Soil Management (VGSSM) were adopted by the 4th GSP Plenary Assembly (Rome, 25 May 2016), approved by the 25th session of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations' Committee on Agriculture (Rome, 28 September 2016) and endorsed by the 155th session of the FAO Council (Rome, 5 December 2016). These guidelines provide technical and policy recommendations on how sustainable soil management can be achieved.