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CFFO Provincial Council

Event Details

CFFO Provincial Council

Time: October 30, 2019 from 10am to 3pm
Location: Marden Community Centre
Street: 7368 Wellington County Rd 30
City/Town: Guelph, ON
Website or Map: https://christianfarmers.org/…
Event Type: cffo, events
Organized By: Christian Farmers Federation of Ontario
Latest Activity: Oct 4

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Event Description

Trade War Fallout
with guest speaker Al Mussel, Agri-food Economic Systems
Farm groups, including the OFA, NFU and Grain Farmers of Ontario, are asking government to address the negative consequences of current trade wars and the inability of Ontario’s BRM programs to meet today’s challenges. Al Mussel will offer an overview of the current situation and address member concerns.

The Future of Ontario’s Environmental Farm Plan (EFP)
with guest speakers Cindy Bradley MacMillan and Kristy McIntosh, OMAFRA

The CFFO was instrumental in the development of Ontario’s EFP. Today, OMAFRA is exploring the potential ways to modernize the EFP in collaboration with the industry, including its value as a marker of sustainability. What is the role of the EFP on your farm? What is its potential value to the future of Ontario agri-business? Representatives from OMAFRA are eager to hear your ideas for the EFP of the future.

Red Tape Reduction
CFFO is continuing our efforts to offer recommendations for reducing red tape in the farming industry. What’s complicating your work today? Please bring concrete examples and ideas for change that could benefit you and fellow farmers.

RSVP:
Please rsvp to marie@christianfarmers.org by Thursday, October 24.

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