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Event Details


Time: November 27, 2014 all day
Location: Travelodge, Belleville
City/Town: Belleville
Website or Map: http://www.cafanet.com/
Phone: 306-466-2294
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Liz Robertson
Latest Activity: Nov 11, 2014

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Event Description

One of the best events for farm industry stake holders to learn about issues affecting farm clients and with solutions.  Timely information, top notch speakers and a unique in-person networking opportunity with the focus on farms.  

Belleville, ON,  November 27
Travelodge, Belleville

Featured Guest speakers & Topics:

Portia MacDonald-Dewhirst, Canadian Agriculture Human Resource Council on Improving farm success through knowledge & skills improvement;
- Mary Carver , ON Home Economics Association on a Call for improved food literacy;
- Pat Learmonth of Farms at Work talking about Farm succession outside of the family;
- Marcus Mitchell of Bonnefield explaining farmland lease financing alternatives;
- Paul Reeds of ON soil & Crop Improvement Association on theGrowing Forward 2 programs that can help your farm clients;
-  Charlie Forman offering the story of the Forman Farms' Human Resource management success;
- Don Shaughnessy of The Protectors Group will follow the trail of where the wealth goes.

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