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The university’s first election for a place on the Metro Vancouver Board five candidates who have pledged to stop UBC…

By Miné Salkin , in Environment , on November 13, 2008

The university’s first election for a place on the Metro Vancouver Board five candidates who have pledged to stop UBC from deceasing the size of its 24-hectare farm by two-thirds, which would limit the output of locally grown food.

UBC Farm grows a variety of organic fruits and vegetables from April to October. Produce is sold through farmers’ markets, and at Sprouts in the Student Union Building on campus. During the winter months, eggs and other seasonal produce may be purchased.
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