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Guelph - Growing Forward 2 Information Session

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Guelph - Growing Forward 2 Information Session

Time: June 4, 2013 from 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Location: Holiday Inn
Street: 601 Scottsdale Drive
City/Town: Guelph
Website or Map: http://www.registration.wilda…
Event Type: information, session
Organized By: OMAF
Latest Activity: Apr 25, 2013

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Event Description

This session will Provide information on the Growing Forward 2 program, a comprehensive federal-provincial-territorial framework Aimed at Encouraging innovation and market development in Canada's agri-food and agri-products sector.

The session will be hosted by Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association and Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food / Ministry of Rural Affairs - Rural Programs Branch.

During this briefing, information will be provided about the Growing Forward 2, a comprehensive strategic framework, federal-provincial-territorial, to promote innovation, competitiveness and the development of markets for Canadian agri-food sector and agricultural products. 

The briefing is aimed at producers, processing companies, organizations and partnerships in Ontario of the environment 

The session will be organized by the Association for soil and crops in Ontario and the Ministry of Agriculture and Food and the Ontario Ministry of Rural Affairs - Programs Directorate rural communities.

 

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