The group includes Michigan State University, Michigan Wheat Program, the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, and the University of Guelph.
Millions are being earmarked for hundreds of connections.
Officials say good planning decisions now will help support local food producers and expand their opportunities.
2020 and 2021 Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame inductees will be honoured.
A grain elevator near Mitchell will receive federal cash to install a high-efficiency grain dryer.
The study is called “Economic Impacts of Livestock Production in Canada – A Regional Multiplier Analysis”
Senior levels of government are continuing their commitment to working with Ontario farmers to help improve water quality and soil health in local watersheds.
A vegetable processing plant has responded to resident complaints about a worse-than-usual odour.
Bill C-206 would exempt the carbon tax on fuel used for on-farm grain drying.
The $812,000 investment will be put towards two projects.