- All Quesnel residents are able to access healthy, nutritious and diverse food choices affordably.
- Quesnel's local food system is a significant part of its diverse economy.
- There is greater awareness and demand for local food and it is widely produced and available, enhancing Quesnel's food self-sufficiency.
- Food and crops are grown in a sustainable manner, without reliance on unnatural fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides.
- Farmland is effectively utilized, protected and expanded where possible, and government support for 'farm to fork' practices enhances the local food and agriculture industry.
- Food production and processing practices are safe and contribute to providing healthy food to Quesnel residents and visitors.
- A strong and sustainable food and agricultural sector, built on partnerships and collaborative approaches, takes advantage of local branding and cultural opportunities through education, skill development and engagement of the entire community.
- Food production and processing practices conserve energy and water, use renewable energy sources where possible, use recycled and reused materials, and are moving towards zero waste.
- There are numerous opportunities to grow and access food around the community.
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What is the Community doing?
What is the Task Force doing?
What is the City doing?
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Official Community Plan
Official Community Plan - Map
Consolidated Zoning Bylaw
Zoning Bylaw - Map
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