Non-Profit News:  Selkirk College Boundary Food Systems Inventory and Assessment Survey

The Boundary Food Systems Inventory and Assessment aims to collect important information about food producers and processors in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. The data collected will be used to better understand producers and processors, their needs, and how the Boundary Food Hub may be able to support them. The survey will run until the end of July 2024. Participants will be entered into a draw for a $150 gift card to the Kettle Valley Food Co-Op. This research is in collaboration with Selkirk College and has been approved by the Selkirk College Research Ethics Board.

To be eligible you must be a food producer or processor in the Regional District of the Kootenay Boundary, and over the age of 18.

To find out more about the project or if you have any questions, please contact the Student Researcher Dorothy Beale (

Scan the QR code below or follow this link to take the survey: