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(MIchael Tymchuk/CBC) Popham said the current review is much different from the one conducted by the previous B. "One of the reasons that agricultural land is so expensive in this province is because there's always been a speculative market on it," she said.The Klint's bedrock is Cambrian sedimentary sandstone and clay created 540 million years ago and is overlain with gradients of Ordovician limestone over an approximate 90 million year period. It's highest point is 55.6 metres at Ontika in East Viru County. and its canyon showcases the variegated hues of the rock's veneer.The Baltic Klint is 1200 kilometres long, its width 3-5 km. There are 4 main sections of the escarpment not all visible to the human eye as it snakes in and out of sea and terrain: Õland Klint, Baltic Sea Klint, North Estonian Klint and the Ingermanland Klint. Alvars (organic growth in thin soil on limestone plains), as well as gorges (palaeoincisions) and 33 water descents abound on the North Estonian Klint. Early records of watermills erected on rapids and cascades date back to 1241, and in the 1920's a rush of small hydro-power stations appeared on waterfalls.An example of those threats is the common practice of dumping construction fill, including rocks and drywall, on agricultural land in areas such as the Lower Mainland and parts of Vancouver Island where there are high levels of construction activity.

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"There's no way to really stop that," Popham said, because no definition of "soil" currently exists for land inside the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR), which includes about five per cent of British Columbia's land base.Should prime farmland be used to grow cannabis in concrete greenhouses, or as a dump site for fill — drywall and all — from construction sites?