New and established farmers are welcome to join us at 7pm on the first Wednesday of every month at 5855 Clements Street in Duncan BC. (Note: regular meetings will be replaced with farm tours in the summer months.)
Who We Are
The Cowichan Agricultural Society and Farmers’ Institute (CAS) is a registered, non-profit society comprised of voluntary members and directors who live and farm in the Cowichan Valley on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
The society strives to serve the needs of the local agricultural community, meeting monthly to identify and address issues of interest and concern to local farms, local farmers, and agricultural stakeholders in Duncan, BC and the surrounding communities.
Members of CAS also sit on committees in the wider community, advocating for farmers’ interests at community, municipal, provincial and federal levels. For more information on our members, click here. To hear more about the benefits of membership with CAS, please click here.
Come to a CAS Meeting
Meetings are held the first Wednesday of every month starting at 7pm at the Agricultural Hall, 5855 Clements St., in Duncan, British Columbia. Farmers and others interested in local agriculture are always welcome to attend.
President: Bob Crawford
Secretary: Emily Doyle-Yamaguchi
Other Directors: Bob Bolton, Dan Ferguson, Don Maroc
Delegates: Evelyn Pereira (250-743-7484), Blaine Hardy
To book the CAS meeting room: 250-737-1109
5855 Clements Street, Duncan, BC, V9L 3W2