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A quick online search of ‘what is a GMO’ (Genetically Modified Organism) and it’s obvious why many consumers are uncertain about genetic engineering and food.
How to whip out your smartphone, prop it up and get chatting about ag
With so much misinformation circulating about agriculture and the food system, for many people the mere mention of hormones brings […]
Every entrepreneurial adventure starts out as just an idea.
Want to engage with people about agriculture outside of the industry? Then find your tribe.
Without question, there is a lot to be proud of when it comes to agriculture in Canada.
Second annual Canada’s Agriculture Day celebrates successes while encouraging collaboration across the industry
“The survival of our species has always depended on advancement in food and agriculture.”
Last year, the first-ever Canada’s Agriculture Day was big. For 2018, we went bigger.
New LEAF program will change the way that Ontario youth learn about their food.
The old saying “Producers are made, not born” describes Natacha Lagarde to a tee.