The Langley Sustainable Agriculture Foundation (LSAF) is a non-profit organization founded by nine local volunteers in 2011. Through workshops, we bring together farmers, academics, government officials, and other passionate individuals to strengthen food and farming in the Township of Langley and neighbouring communities.
- To increase public education and awareness regarding the importance of agriculture in the communities in and around Langley
- To educate the public on agriculture and farming by providing information, courses, seminars and workshops
- To educate, encourage and support all entrants into agriculture, particularly young farmers
- To better the public’s understanding of existing and emerging agricultural issues
- To encourage and support local food and agricultural production and consumption
- To educate the public on sustainable agricultural and land stewardship practices
- To encourage and support the protection and sustainability of farmland and related resources
OUR CONSTITUTION AND BY LAWS
APPLICATION TO BE A DIRECTOR
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Marcel Sachse grows mixed vegetables for their farm gate stand and CSA at Pinsch of Soil Farm in South Langley. Originally from a farming community in Germany, he worked various jobs in Australia, Papua New Guinea and the USA before coming to Canada. He started out in Political Science, studying international interests in the changing Canadian Arctic. He cherishes the idea of “field to table” menus and is passionate about systems thinking and regenerative Agriculture.
Having worked in the wildlife management, conservation and zoological sectors for over ten years in a variety of different fashions, Myles has developed a strong interest in wildlife conservation strategies and the development and implementation of creative conservation methodologies. As a wildlife consultant, he has been able to provide clients and partners with creative research objectives and solutions to wildlife programs…
Emma is the Assistant Agriculture Technician at the University of the Fraser Valley. After completing her Bachelors at Kwantlen in 2013, Emma moved to Chilliwack and began her studies at UFV, earning her Certificate in Livestock Production and Diploma in Agriculture Technology. Wile studying at UFV, Emma worked in a range of agricultural fields, including managing a small lavender farm in Abbotsford and milking at a dairy in Rosedale. Emma also owns a small farm in Ryder Lake, where she has raised a variety of animals for meat including pigs, goats, chickens, ducks geese, and turkeys.