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York & Durham Environmental Farm Tour (Free)

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York & Durham Environmental Farm Tour (Free)

Time: October 8, 2015 from 8am to 2:30pm
Location: York Region
Street: 15351 Warden Ave
City/Town: Whitchurch Stouffville
Phone: 416-661-6600
Event Type: tour, and, workshop
Organized By: Jen Slykhuis
Latest Activity: Sep 2, 2015

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Event Description

Take a FREE tour to view various agri-environmental Best Management

Practice projects on 4 select farms located in York and Durham Region.

Sample local food and learn directly from farmers as they share their knowledge about:

> Forest Planting in East Gwillimbury (Virtual Tour)

> Fencing + Creek Crossing in Aurora

> Greenhouse Water Conservation + Windbreaks in Gormley

> Manure Storage in Uxbridge

Register by emailing ruralwater@trca.on.ca or call 416-661-6600 x5349

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