On August 18, the Ontario government announced details on two new programs that will provide rural Ontario with funding for community infrastructure projects.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) recently released a report on their assessment of how climate change, water and agriculture are going to interact in the years ahead.
The Agricultural Management Institute, in partnership with the Grain Farmers of Ontario, is testing the business savvy of Ontario corn and soybean farmers with a contest launched in late July.
Grain Farmers of Ontario’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 9, 2014 at Craigowan Golf Club in Woodstock, ON.
Things should be as simple as getting a refreshing glass of water in Cleveland but generally are not.
Agriculture must make the list of issues that matter to candidates in the upcoming fall municipal elections.
The Christian Farmers Federation of Ontario (CFFO) is celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year and one of the ways that the organization is celebrating is by partnering with the Canadian Foodgrains Bank.
Grain Farmers of Ontario would like to inform all farmer-members of two learning opportunities in August.
Expanding Ontario’s Greenbelt by one million acres attracted a lot of attention when the idea was proposed by a group of municipal leaders this past June
The one sure thing about the marketplace for food is that it is going to continue to evolve over time.