Lower Mainland – SouthwestJuly 6, 2018
A coastal region overflowing with surf and turf
The North Coast is nestled in powerful-looking mountains with slices of deep river valleys opening up vast amounts of farmland. While there are only about 100 farms in the region, it’s an ideal location for cattle ranching and hay that can fully leverage its close proximity to seaports*.
The climate is as diverse and varied as the geography. A colder temperature than the southern regions – plus a relatively short, frost-free season, along with high annual rainfall – limits the crops that can be grown.
Its ideal coastal location means the area is also blessed by a large commercial fishing industry of salmon, herring, halibut, and shellfish. With such a large fishing industry comes an equally impressive fish processing industry as well**.