Agri-Investment and Immigration
The Comox Valley, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, is considered one of the top 8 agricultural destinations in Canada (Country Guide, June/July 2008).
For Agri-Investment opportunities and Immigration information go to our relocation page or contact John Watson at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Comox Valley supports a wide range of specialty and organic crops with ample clean water sources, excellent soil conditions and easy access to a large market of over 2 million people.
Situated on the protected south-eastern coast of Vancouver Island, the Comox Valley has an abundance of available land for new and expanding food and beverage processing operations. Only 1/3 of the available agricultural land is currently in production.
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There are nearly 450 operating farms in the Comox Valley contributing over $30 million to the local economy in everything from poultry, cattle and dairy to greenhouse and field
We’re encouraging processors and producers of niche products such as specialty cheeses, berries, flavoured beverages, wineries and organics to locate here. New manufacturing, distribution and storage facilities will also be needed to take full advantage of growing international air and ground transportation links.
The Comox Valley has an incredible range of farm properties for sale as well as farmer and farming support services. A brief preview of some of these farm and farming opportunities can be viewed by clicking here.
Comox Valley Agri-Food Product Guide
New! Product Guide for Buyers, producers and Distributers Contact information for hundreds of producers, their product details and distributions options.
Start ordering the best the Comox Valley producers have to offer today. Comox Valley Agri-food Product Guide can be viewed by clicking here
Permanent Farmers' Market
Comox Valley Economic Development and the local agriculture community with support from the Investment Agriculture Foundation offered a Best Practices in Permanent Farmers Markets presentation. Click on the link above to view presentations and related documents.