No Farms No Food Dinner raised $6,722.23 for AVFT!

The third annual "Don't know what you've got till it's gone..." fundraising dinner and auction by No Farms No Food on December 5, 2013, resulted in a donation of $6,722.23 to the Annapolis Valley Farmland Trust. An equal amount was donated to Farmers Helping Farmers...

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Wade Foundation Donation

Annapolis Valley Farmland Trust has been pleased to accept another donation of $1000 from the George F. Wade Foundation. This is the second year in a row that they have made such a donation to the Trust. Thank you!

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New Community Easements Regulations Issued

In July 2013, the Government of Nova Scotia issued new Community Easements Regulations outlining the requirements for an organization to be designated as an Eligible Body under the Community Easements Act. The Annapolis Valley Farmland Trust Society is one of the...

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A Tip of the Hat to the Wade Foundation

The George F. Wade foundation recently gave 1,000 dollars  to the Farmland Trust. They join a growing list of individuals and organizations supporting the preservation of farmland in this area.

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$5,717.00 Donation Received!

At a dinner held in December organized by No Farms, No Food monies were raised for Oxfam and for the Annapolis Valley Farm Trust. The Land Trust received $5,717.07 from this benefit dinner. A big thank you to dinner organizers and participants.

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Farmland Benefits for All

The Annapolis Valley Farmland Trust Society, a charitable, non-government organization, has a mission to provide options for landowners, says Brian Newcombe, a Port Williams farmer. Read more . ....

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AVFT Website Launch!

Annapolis Valley Farmland Trust is pleased to present our new website. We hope to use this as a starting point to inform the public about this organization and why it will be so beneficial to the Annapolis Valley, and to Nova Scotia. The site will offer a way to...

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