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Event Details


Time: March 26, 2020 all day
Location: The Grand Banquet & Event Centre
Street: 340 Woodlawn Rd W #26,
City/Town: ON N1H 7K6, Canada
Website or Map: https://ontariofarmlandtrust.…
Phone: (519) 824-4120 x 52654
Event Type: forum
Organized By: Ontario farmland trust
Latest Activity: Nov 15, 2019

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Event Description

SAVE THE DATE! Join on Thursday, March 26th at The Grand Banquet & Event Centre in Guelph for a day of sharing, networking, and exploring policy and land-use planning innovation for the changing landscapes of farmland protection in Ontario.

The day will be full of presentations and panel discussions on:

– Navigating the Shifting Landscapes of Farming and Farmland Protection
– Planning for Sustainable Local Food Systems
– Stories from the Field
– Building a Successful Province-Wide Agricultural System

* Download the flyer here.

* Full program details will be available December 2019.

* Tickets will be available January 2020.

Who Should Attend?

– Farmers
– Land use planners
– Researchers
– Land Conservation Enthusiasts
– Provincial Policy Makers
– Municipal Councillors
Cost (includes breakfast and lunch):

– $125 early-bird rate by March 5th
– $140 after March 5th
– $100 for OFA, CFFO, NFU members
(w/ valid OFA, CFFO, or NFU card)
– $60 for students (w/ valid student ID)

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