Photo by Robyn Mumford
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About The Committee

The Agricultural Development Advisory Committee (ADAC) is involved in and supports projects aimed at promoting public awareness, diversification and growth of the agriculture sector in electoral areas A, B, C and I in the North Cariboo.

The Agricultural Development Advisory Committee, established in April 2018, has been set up to advise the CRD Board on matters referred to the Committee respecting agricultural development. The Committee works in collaboration with related agencies and organizations to further agricultural economic development, address agricultural infrastructure, research and training needs and promote awareness of agriculture's role in the local and regional economy.

Committee Bylaw


The ADAC meets up to 6 times annually at the Natural Resource Building Conference Room, 332 Johnston Avenue in Quesnel, BC. Meetings are open to the public except where the Committee resolves to close a portion of the meeting pursuant to Section 90 of the Community Charter. To obtain information on the next scheduled meeting of the Agricultural Development Advisory Committee contact Meetings are also posted on the Events page.

Agenda & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to meetings. Minutes are available upon approval. When available, they are posted in the sidebar (or below on a mobile device).            


The Agricultural Development Advisory Committee consists of between 5 and 7 members, appointed by resolution of the Cariboo Regional District Board of Directors for a two-year term. CRD Vice-Chair John Massier is currently the CRD liaison for this Committee.

More Information

For more information or to apply to become a member of the Agricultural Development Advisory Committee, email

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