- About Us
- Our Programs
- Farmland Wildlife
- History of Farming in Delta
- How You Can Help
Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust
Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust is a non-profit organization that promotes the preservation of farmland and wildlife habitat on the lower Fraser River delta through co-operative land stewardship with local farmers.
Each year, Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust provides local farmers with $325,000 of cost-share funding through our Stewardship Programs. With this funding, farmers can invest in the long-term health of their soil while providing habitat for a diversity of wildlife, including birds migrating along the Pacific Flyway. These Stewardship Programs ensure an annual average of over 500 acres of Grassland Set-asides, 3,000 acres of Winter Cover Crops, and over 12 km of Hedgerows & Grass Margins.
Explore this website to learn more about Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust and the work we do, or read our 2013 Annual Report
Support Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust Through a Donation or Planned Giving
- To make a tax deductible donation to Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust, click the link below or print and send in the donation form shown below. Your donation will work towards conserving the regionally, nationally, internationally important farmland and wildlife resources contained in this significant wildlife area. Also consider a lasting contribution through Planned Giving. Click the link below to download a form with options for leaving a Legacy with Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust.
News & Events
NEW! DF&WT Winter Newsletter
Want to get the latest updates from the field? Check out DF&WT's Winter Newsletter by clicking the link!Read More..
NEW! MSc. Student Dru Yates competes in UBC 3 Minute Thesis CompetitionRead More..
DF&WT on Global NewsRead More..
DF&WT Hosts Young Naturalists' Club of BC
DF&WT teams up with the Young Naturalist Club of BC for a Grassland Set-aside monitoring Citizen Science Project!Read More..
- Get To Know SOME OF OUR WILDLIFE:
- Northern Shrike Known as the "Butcher Bird," the Shrike impales prey on thorns to attract mates and mark its territory.
- Lesser Snow Goose Snow Geese congregate on farm fields by the tens of thousands searching for potatoes, grain, and grass.
- Bumblebee These insects benefit farmers by pollinating crops. They find refuges in Grassland Set-asides and Hedgerows.