Will Party Leaders Support Food and Farming in Ontario?
Provincial cross-sectoral alliance asks political leaders about how they will commit to strengthening Ontario’s food and farming system
Toronto, ON - Last Friday, Sustain Ontario sent 11 questions to provincial party leaders, seeking their commitments to healthy food and…Continue
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University of Guelph News
Diagnostics, clinical skills, problem solving, and working with clients are all critical pieces in a student veterinarian’s education. Hands-on opportunities are invaluable.
Each summer DVM students from the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC)…Continue
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May 10th and 11th Muskoka Workshop on Forest Gardening with The Living Center is filling up, sign up at thelivingcentre.com. Its going to be a great event transportation and accommodations can be provided if you are coming from the city, contact Keith Taylor, - Ongoing projects require people to be up in Hekkla for the summer months . ... photos below 1. Menure Management, 2. Barn Renewals (3 barns) 4. Laying planting beds 5. Get tractors going, there's lots of work, so contact…Continue
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Remember, tractors travel about 30 KPH and if you are driving a vehicle doing 80, 90 or 100 plus KPH coming over the hill or around the bend, you have very little reaction time to prevent a tragedy.
Make sure you have the SMV clearly displayed, and have your lighting and turn signals in place and working. And when possible, pull to the side of the road to let that string of cars behind you pass; impatient drivers cause accidents.
Urban drivers, if you are driving a vehicle on a…Continue
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I am thinking of restarting my bee keeping. I lost all my bees 3 years ago. I have a few questions. Has anyone had success with the Australian bees, are they hardier than the Italian. Are losses still as high as in the past years. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Corn-Canola Comparisons: Neonic-Bee Problem Likely Unrelated to Pollen or Soil ResiduesContinue
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