New LEAF program will change the way that Ontario youth learn about their food.
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From the team
The old saying “Producers are made, not born” describes Natacha Lagarde to a tee.
Chelsea Boonstra’s enthusiasm for being an agvocate can best be summed up with one word – inspiring.
“Community is very important to me and since agriculture is my community I believe in speaking up for it.”
It is easy to understand why Amanda Brodhagen jokes that she wears many different hats.
We recently asked our Instagram followers to share why they’re proud to be part of Canadian agriculture. The response was […]
Let’s celebrate the food we love.
Meet Pattie, proud agvocate
“To the consumer, our story doesn’t exist until we tell it.”
Learn the fundamentals of Twitter from Adrienne Ivey and Jean Clavelle.
If you’re an active Facebook user, you may have noticed a recent “challenge” on your newsfeed, encouraging people to share one photo of agriculture and tag other friends to do the same.
Andrew Campbell tells the story behind #Farm365