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The Royal Agricultural Virtual Experience

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The Royal Agricultural Virtual Experience

Time: March 23, 2021 at 9am to March 25, 2021 at 2:30pm
Location: online
Website or Map: https://royalfair.vfairs.com/…
Event Type: virtual, event
Organized By: royalfair
Latest Activity: Mar 16, 2021

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Experience The Wonders Of Agriculture All Year Round. Join Us As We Take Canada’s Agricultural Showplace Online. Register Today. View Competition Books. Agriculture Zone. March 23-25. Free Registration. Agri-Food Pavilion.


The Royal Agricultural Virtual Experience is a unique opportunity to experience the very best in Canadian agriculture and food from your laptop, tablet, smart phone or desktop. The Royal Pavilion Presented by the Ontario Toyota Dealers Association features content representing all four pillars of The Royal including Equestrian, Agriculture, Culinary and Education. Explore exciting careers in agriculture and food within A Place to Grow Presented by University of Guelph or build your personal brand through Grow Your Skills Presented by RBC Future Launch. Learn all about the future of agriculture and food in the Agriculture Zone Presented by Dairy Farmers of Ontario and if you love discovering local food and want to see the best of what’s coming from across Ontario than check out Spotlight on Local Presented by Metro.

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