Welcome to the Fraser Valley
The Fraser Valley is located along the Fraser River in the southwest corner of the province of British Columbia, nestled between the beautiful Coast and Cascade Mountains. The region sits just north of the Canada/USA border and includes the communities of Langley, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, Agassiz, Harrison and Hope. Just a short drive west is Vancouver, Canada's third largest city, located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Unlike most of Canada the Fraser Valley enjoys mild winters, with very little snow and warm, sunny summers.
The Fraser Valley is home to British Columbia's most fertile farmland and the landscape is dotted with dairy barns, greenhouses and fruit and vegetable farms. With fertile soil, a favourable climate and plenty of access to water, The Fraser Valley is home to some of Canada's most productive farms.
Statistic Canada, 2016
English is the primary language, however there is also a large number of Mandarin, Cantonese and Punjabi speakers in the Fraser Valley
Summers avg: 23.8 °C
Winter avg: 2.5°C
Rainfall: 1507.5 mm/year
Snowfall: 63.5 cm/year
2,576 Farms mainly operating in the dairy, fruit & vegetables and greenhouse sectors.
2016 BC Census of Agriculture