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Evolution of the Harvest

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Evolution of the Harvest

Time: March 3, 2010 from 8:30am to 2:30pm
Location: New Sarum Diner
Street: 4630 New Sarum Line
City/Town: St.Thomas
Website or Map: http://www.progressivebynatur…
Phone: 519-631-1460 ext 164
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Lindsey M
Latest Activity: Jan 26, 2010

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Elgin County Conference Series Presents: Evolution of the Harvest

A one-day seminar advancing the agricultural community
towards a profitable, sustainable future.


Wednesday March 3rd, 2010
New Sarum Diner, St. Thomas, On

On March 3rd Elgin County will host a seminar for farmers, agricultural service providers, and rural leaders to learn more about what's around the corner and down the road for on-farm alternative energy, biomass, biofuel and energy crop developments. Dynamic keynote presentations will be delivered by speakers ranging from innovative farmers to energy researchers.

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