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JDRF 9th Annual Fundraiser Perennial Plant Sale at Hamilton (West Mountain) L9C 4T1

May 16, 2015 from 8am to 2pm
Over a thousand plants including perennials, tropicals, and native plants.  Dought Tolerant plants for todays water conscious gardeners, proven performers that have thrived in area gardens and Shade Loving plants that can even tolerate competing with tree roots Researchers tell us that diabetes is ultimately  a curable disease.  Ask about the exciting advancements that are being made.  Please ask about our Paige who became Diabetic  at the age of 15 months.See More
Mar 27, 2015
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Arcadian Daylilies - Peak Bloom Open Garden at Etobicoke ON - just off QEW/427/Gardiner Exprsswy

July 13, 2013 from 8am to 3pm
For the first time in quite a few years we are holding an Open Garden at the peak of the daylily bloom season. You are invited to come and enjoy the bloom, or just come and visit with Nancy & me. More information at www.ArcadianDaylilies.com/OpenGarden.htmlSee More
Jul 7, 2013
Sandy Carlton and Joe Dales are now friends
Jul 7, 2013
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"Hi Sandy, Welcome to the Ontario Agriculture community website at www.ontag.farms.com We are glad you have joined...please try posting some photos and use the events calendar. Take care, Joe"
Jul 6, 2013
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Jul 6, 2013

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At 10:42am on July 6, 2013, Joe Dales said…

Hi Sandy,

Welcome to the Ontario Agriculture community website at www.ontag.farms.com

We are glad you have joined...please try posting some photos and use the events calendar.

Take care,

Joe

 
 
 

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Spending his whole career working in the agricultural sector has offered a working life that Brian Bell has certainly enjoyed. “My whole career has been spent working with those in the agricultural sector. Absolutely, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed it,” stated Mr. Bell, the local agriculture development advisor, who earlier this week officially retired after 30 years with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (OMAFRA). “The work has been varied and very much related to the agricultural development in the region.”

Governments coordinate against swine fever

North American agriculture leaders are coordinating plans to keep swine safe from a deadly disease in China and Europe. Dr. Jack Shere, chief veterinary officer and deputy administrator for Veterinary Services in the U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, delivered a joint statement on behalf of leaders in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico that they were responding to the threat of African swine fever with more biosecurity, agreements to minimize damage to trade if the disease reaches North America, and public education about the potential harm from the disease. The statement followed a forum April 30-May 1 in Ottawa, Ontario, attended by representatives from 15 countries.

Canada’s Largest Educational Foodservice Provider Launches the Buy Local Program, with Marketing Support from Foodland Ontario

Chartwells launched their landmark Buy Local program, a coast-to-coast approach to offering quality-assured, fresh, locally-sourced food from community-based, local vendors. The program is available to approximately 650 Chartwells campuses and schools across Canada. Whether it’s a jar of honey or a basket of fresh blueberries, the Buy Local program will create direct connections between Chartwells’ chefs and local farmers and vendors.

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