It is time we make adjustments to deal with the day-to-day and long-term changes that are caused by this situation.
The website, sixbysixteen.me offers food literacy resources for families with children and young adults of all ages.
The first webinar deals with this year’s winter wheat crop
By Ed Scharringa I do not have to remind you of the times we find ourselves in today. In recent days and weeks, we have seen fellow farmers dealing with acres of unsold greenhouse products, labour uncertainty, cutbacks in supply managed commodities, milk dumping and more. Listen here: How many of us ever imagined we […]
Ontario farmers are bracing for the full impact of this pandemic.
Grain Farmers of Ontario staff are working remotely while the office is closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the new leadership of Crosby Devitt, Grain Farmers of Ontario is continuing to support our farmer-members through this pandemic. We have spearheaded regular calls with representatives from seed companies, input suppliers, ag-retailers, processors, exporters and the Ontario […]
It is estimated that more than 90% of all consumer products and foodstuffs are shipped by truck.
The COVID-19 outbreak has changed our daily routines.
Ontario is home to one of the most diverse natural landscapes and environments in the country.
Business analysts, industry producers and retail owners have all identified causes for the sector’s failure to thrive, from hype-driven business models to supply problems to black market competition.