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OFA Research Day 2023

Event Details

OFA Research Day 2023

Time: March 28, 2023 all day
Location: online
Website or Map: https://ofa.on.ca/research-da…
Phone: janice.janiec@ofa.on.ca
Event Type: virtual, event
Organized By: Ontario Federation of Agriculture
Latest Activity: Mar 16

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Event Description

OFA is pleased to be hosting our third annual Research Day virtual event on Tuesday, March 28. The event will educate members and stakeholders on some of the current projects, initiatives and topics that the OFA Farm Policy Research Group engages with on behalf of our members. The event will feature presentations from the OFA Farm Policy Research Team as well as some of our stakeholders and partners.

Research project topics for this year include:

  • Agritourism & Direct Farm Marketing
  • Adoption of Beneficial Management Practices
  • Deadstock
  • Cybersecurity
  • Farmer Wellness
  • Ag Robotics & Innovation
  • And more!

Each presentation will be followed with an opportunity for Q & A.

Watch for the detailed agenda set to be released soon. We will follow a set agenda so you can join us for the whole day or tune in for the topics that interest you.

Are you interested in attending? Please click here to register. After registering, attendees will be emailed the link to join the event.

For more information, contact Janice Janiec, Farm Policy Analyst at janice.janiec@ofa.on.ca

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