2003 Agricultural Viability StrategyOverview of 2003 Agricultural Viability Strategy
- Agricultural Decision Making Strategy;
- Services and Infrastructure Strategy;
- City Policies and Bylaws Strategy;
- Non-Farm Uses and Parks and Recreation Strategy;
- Agricultural Edge Strategy;
- Strategy for Agriculture with respect to the Environment and Environmentally Sensitive Areas;
- Public Education and Awareness Strategy; and
- Economic Growth and Diversification Strategy.
The 2003 Agricultural Viability Strategy (AVS) included over 60 recommendations designed to:
- foster and maintain agricultural viability;
- address the key issues facing the agricultural sector in Richmond; and
- work within the framework of a 2021 vision and guiding principles for the future of agriculture in the City.
The 2003 AVS has guided decisions regarding development proposals where there may be an impact to agriculture and led to significant City infrastructure (i.e. drainage) and regulatory improvements for agricultural areas. The AVS has also been effective in creating enhanced public awareness of agricultural viability and food security issues in the City.
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2003 Agricultural Viability Strategy
Planning and Development Division
6911 No. 3 Road
Richmond, BC V6Y 2C1