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31st Annual Eco Farm Day conference in Cornwall, ON

Healthy Land, Healthy People, Healthy Profits A winter day full of food, friendship and inspiration – it’s Eco Farm Day 2015 and it’s a hig…

Started by Colin Lundy

0 Jan 19, 2015

New Farming Reality Television Series looking for Interested Farmers in Ontario

InverseCinematics an independent television production company is putting together a new show proposal and is looking for Ontario farmers w…

Started by Andrew Sorenson

1 Oct 26, 2010
Reply by Joe Dales

Intentional Community Farms, Co-operative Farms or Mult-Family Farming Anyone?

Hello! I am new to this forum but I was wondering if anyone on here knew about or was interested in discussing the idea of cooperative farm…

Started by Ekandi

7 Jul 19, 2010
Reply by Ekandi

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Agriculture Headlines from Farms.com Canada East News - click on title for full story

More can be done to improve farm safety, FCC survey shows

FCC is a long-time supporter of CASA and its safety awareness initiatives, including Canadian Agricultural Safety Week. It is also a proud supporter of other farm safety programs, such as the Back to Ag Program that supports the cost of adaptive technology for farmers that have experienced a traumatic injury.

Phosphorus Loss Assessment using PLATO – AgriSuite’s newest calculator

Introducing to your mobile device or computer, the newest in a series of on-line calculators. The phosphorus loss assessment tool for Ontario, nicknamed PLATO, will help determine the risk of phosphorus (P) loss from nutrient applications at a field scale.

4-H Youth Support International Event Through Virtual Biking Out of Isolation Club

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, 4-H’s virtual Biking Out of Isolation Club gave youth the opportunity to Learn To Do By Doing and support the Ride of Silence, an international biking event.

CPMA and NSF Canada to Offer Online Food Safety Workshops Beginning in June

The workshops are specifically targeted toward small, and medium-sized local growers, packers and shippers, however all produce supply chain personnel are welcome and encouraged to attend.

NEW BRUNSWICK OPENS BORDER TO TEMP WORKERS

New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs has opened the borders once again to seasonal agricultural workers. Reversing his decision of April 28 to ban workers because of COVID-19 concerns, he’s announced that workers will be welcomed on May 29 for a 14-day quarantine.

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