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Cancelled - 2020 FARMLAND FORUM

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Cancelled - 2020 FARMLAND FORUM

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: Mar 17

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CANCELLED!! 

Please note the Ontario Farmland Trust (OFT) has decided in light of the situation with COVID-19 to cancel this year’s Farmland Forum. This situation is evolving quickly and there are so many variables at play that OFT feels it best to cancel this year’s event, not just for the safety of attendees, but also for the safety of  presenters, staff, and our community.

This will be disappointing to many who enjoy the annual Farmland Forum, but hope that you will understand the decision. Thank you for your patience and understanding .
Will mention updated schedule soon

Stay safe

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