The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) begins 2018 with a clear set of priorities to drive our advocacy work throughout the year.
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he meetings are called to receive reports and elect the District voting delegates and Grain Farmers of Ontario directors for the coming year.
Pushing right to the end of the year, December 31 saw the close of the consultation window on “New Horizons: Ontario’s Draft Agricultural Soil Health and Conservation Strategy.” Listen here: The Soil Health Strategy puts the spotlight on something which does not have the charm or public appeal of cute baby animals or sprawling green […]
It is estimated that this New Years, over forty per cent of Canadians will make a New Year’s resolution.
December always marks a good time to reflect on what’s happened in the agri-food sector.
2017 has been a full year for those involved in agriculture.
For two years, the Ontario government consulted with employers and employees as part of the Changing Workplaces Review.
There are opinions on the number of farms and the dollar amount which is assumed will change generational hands over the next 10-15 years.
In recent years there has been a movement towards agriculture driven by technology.
OFA recently led a joint initiative called the Food Literacy Attitude and Awareness Research Project to take a pulse on the current state of food literacy.