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Greenbelt Foundation invests in Niagara tender fruit production

The $280,000 in funding will support the planting of approximately 75,000 new trees and 10,000 new vines across the Niagara tender fruit and grape area – protected by Ontario’s Greenbelt.

Durham College launches sustainable urban agriculture centre

The Barrett Centre of Innovation in Sustainable Urban Agriculture aims to become an internationally recognized hub of excellence in urban agriculture practices, research, education and training.

FMC report on Indigenous ag business management needs

The Path Forward details the current state of Indigenous farm businesses and what they need to create a robust business management plan or enhance their business management strategy.
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Getting creative

While working as an extension educator for Alberta Agriculture, Simone Demers-Collins developed a reputation as someone who could fashion something outstanding out of very few resources. Now an independent consultant and professional home economist, she does a little bit of everything, from advocacy and education to food tours and events. » Read more...

Podcast: Cover crop survey connects researchers and farmers

In 2019, Yvonne Lawley, a professor in the plant science department at the University of Manitoba, and Callum Morrison, University of Manitoba PhD student, set out to learn more about what growers are doing with cover crops across the Prairies. Now, nearing the culmination of their study, the two discuss outcomes gleaned from the survey and the future of the project. » Read more...