Proper manure management is essential to healthy communities and healthy ecosystems.
It’s easy to think our small farms don’t have a significant impact on the environment. You may be surprised to learn that large scale facilities are more likely to be in compliance with waste management regulations than smaller facilities. We all have an impact on our watersheds. You can make a difference.
Quick Access to the Manure Link Program:
On this site you will find valuable resources to help you deal with a number of issues surrounding manure management as well as pasture management. You can also find upcoming events (below), and find a local Manure Maven in BC for any advice, questions, or site consultations. For those looking to find a use for or obtain composted manure, we have our Manure Link program which aims to connect livestock owners with gardeners and landscapers to develop mutually beneficial relationships.
Many people do not realize that their manure is not being managed properly; find out how you can avoid that by visiting our common mismanagement practices page.
News & Events
Is aged manure the same as composted manure?
The difference between "aged" and "composted" Horse manure can be composted, but not on its own. A little effort and... read more
2017 Mane Event in Chilliwack
A representative from Langley Environmental Partners Society will be attending the 2017 Mane Event in Chilliwack October 20th-22nd! We will... read more
CanWest Horticulture Expo 2017!
A manure expert from LEPS will be attending the 2017 CanWest Horticulture Expo September 27th & 28th at the Tradex... read more
LMQHA Horseman’s Bazaar & Country Fair
LEPS will be attending the 2017 LMQHA Horseman’s Bazaar and Country Fair on March 12th at Thunderbird Show Park!... read more
ManureLink.com is the official website of the Horse Manure Composting Program run by Langley Environmental Partners Society (LEPS), which is a non-profit organization whose mission is to “Protect and restore Langley’s natural environment through education, cooperation and action.” LEPS Agricultural Stewardship Program partners with local landowners on initiatives such as streamside planting and providing technical assistance in the management of composting systems and pasture management.