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Upcoming Events

Healthy Sheep and Goats Workshop 

On Saturday, February 24th, 2018 (8.30am to 4.30pm) at the Westmark Hotel, YAA is hosting a day-long workshop about the care and management of healthy sheep and goats.

BC veterinarians Dr Glenna McGregor and Dr Helen Schwantje will be leading sessions on topics such as: nutrition basics, biosecurity, disease and parasite management, as well as wild and domestic sheep interactions. In addition, Yukon's Chief Veterinarian Dr Mary VanderKop will be reviewing Yukon government programs relating to sheep and goats.

Doors open at 8.30am with the workshop starting at 8.45am. Lunch and refreshments will be served. Hand-outs will be provided. For those people who cannot make it to Whitehorse, a live weblink will be available on the day of the workshop.

To register, please contact the YAA office at 867-668-6864 or email office@yukonag.ca. 

 

News and media

With funding support from Growing Forward 2, YAA commissioned Yukon writer Miche Genest to write a series of articles about Yukon agriculture referencing both historical and current content. The articles were published by Yukon News in the autumn of 2016 and sprint of 2017.

Spring 2017

Online guide makes it easy to find Yukon farmers

These Yukon farmers go to market

Autumn 2016

Hay is for horses

How hay for horses led to hay for livestock

Profile: two Yukon haymakers

Robert Campbell and early cattle drives

Getting meat to the Klondike

Turn of the century food security

The lean years of Yukon farming

Mixed farming at Pelly River Ranch

Urban agriculture and city gardens

Community gardens and fresh local produce

First Nations farming and reconnecting with the land