Heading back to school is an exciting time for Ontario students, but it will be bittersweet for some rural Ontario communities coping with the threat of school closures.
Technology continues to bring in new ideas to lower negative impacts on soils during crop production.
Proposed changes to taxation of private corporations, as they are currently worded, are bad news for the estimated 25% of farm businesses across Ontario and Canada that are incorporated.
August 31st is the last day to have your say on the development of the federal Food Policy for Canada.
The first and only independent economic impact analysis of Bill 148 was commissioned by the Keep Ontario Working Coalition.
Perspectives Potluck on behalf of the CFFO, hosted on the Craig Family Farm in Arthur.
An annual summer event, OFA’s Field Day is an opportunity to engage with MPPs and their staff in an informal rural setting.
Food insecurity is a multi-faceted issue that cannot be explained simply as being caused by living too far away from food, or not having enough.
The event trailer, featuring a corn box and other educational activities for children, was at the Nappanee Fair this past weekend.
While farmers struggled with the whims of Mother Nature to plant crops, the rain just didn’t stop, causing flooding in some areas of the province.