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Women in Agriculture Members (32)

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Katrina Geenevasen

Napanee, Ontario, Canada

rosemarie haegens

fenwick, Canada

Anna Morgan

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

rein minnema

appin, Canada

OntAG Admin

London, Ontario, Canada

Liz Robertson

Seven Sisters Falls, Manitoba,…

Betty Brown

Rutherglen, Ontario, Canada

Amanda Brodhagen

Guelph,Ontario, Canada

Avaleigh Eastman

Kinburn, ON, Canada

Kelsey Banks

Cambridge, ON, Canada

V-Bins Ontario

Ontario, Canada

Kaitlin Schuster

Courtland, Ontario, Canada

Sara Avoledo

Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Karen Hutchings

Westport, Ontario, Canada

Candace Crowston

Meaford, Ontario, Canada


Guelph, Ontario, Canada

Kim Leatherdale

Orillia, Ontario, Canada

Jamie Boland

Ontario, Canada

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

FCC and Area X.O Evolve Collaboration to Accelerate Agri-tech Innovation, Adoption and Impact

Area X.O, the R&D complex for next-gen smart mobility, autonomy and connectivity and home of the Ottawa Smart Farm powered by AgExpert, together with Farm Credit Canada (FCC), today announced the evolution of their partnership to accelerate agri-tech innovation, adoption and impact on farmers, Canada’s agricultural sector and economy.

Bridging the Gap: Nurturing Sustainable Futures with the Ontario Farmland Trust

In recent years, the tides of change have swept through the agricultural sector in Ontario, ushering in promising horizons for sustainable farming practices.

Winter Webinar: Balancing Farmland Protection & Housing Supply

The increasing demand for housing supply and affordability in Ontario is leading to pressure on municipalities to develop their shrinking agricultural land base.

A Major Victory in Farmland Protection!

The Ontario Farmland Trust team is thrilled to see that the provincial government has reversed its decision to allow development in the Greenbelt, thereby safeguarding a significant amount of Ontario’s precious agricultural lands for the foreseeable future.

Ag Canada Hacks 2023-24 Canola Ending Stocks; Wheat Slightly Lower

Amid a tighter carryin from the 2022-23 marketing year and a smaller crop this year, Agriculture Canada has slashed its 2023-24 canola ending stocks estimate from last month. 

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