There has been a lot of conversation about how farmers are going to have to feed nine billion people in the near future.
It is a shame that disaster for some may bring opportunity for others but farmers and municipal leaders would do well to heed the advice of Leon LeClair.
Ontario farmers are now facing new restrictions on the use of neonic-treated corn and soybean seed starting with 2016 planting
The Minimum Distance Separation Formulae has become a well established system used by local municipal planners.
We are just past Local Food week, so here’s an idea: let’s make it local food week again. Every week.
The Ontario Federation of Agriculture’s (OFA) first order of business is to champion the interests and issues affecting our members.
By Mark Wales, Board Member, Ontario Federation of Agriculture. Listen here: The Ontario Federation of Agriculture’s (OFA) first order of business is to champion the interests and issues affecting our members. Advocating and being a voice for Ontario farmers with government and policy makers is the key objective OFA delivers to members. Every OFA member […]
For the second year in a row, Thanksgiving comes in June.
Recently “science based” policy decisions have been a common request from many sectors of society.
The first week of June marks Local Food Week in Ontario. It’s a busy time for farmers but an important one.