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Speak Up for Agriculture Training

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Speak Up for Agriculture Training

Time: April 24, 2019 from 4:30pm to 9:30pm
Location: Tilbury Lions Hall
Street: 3347 Quinn Line
City/Town: ON N0P 2L0, Canada
Website or Map: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/s…
Event Type: seminar
Organized By: The Ontario Federation of Agriculture and Farm & Food Care Ontario
Latest Activity: Mar 27

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The Speak Up team concept was developed more than 15 years ago and has now expanded across the country with courses given to farmers and others working in agriculture in every province. The training gives participants the ability to tell their stories, in an easy-to-understand and compelling manner. This could be of use in media interviews, in farm tours, at council meetings, to service club members, to school groups and more.

In this workshop, you’ll learn who your average Canadian is, how much they know or don’t know about food and farming and how to tell your farm story to a non-farming audience.

Registration – $30
Space is limited, register early. The $30 registration fee includes the workshop and dinner.

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