Last year, the first-ever Canada’s Agriculture Day was big. For 2018, we went bigger.
- Agriculture matters
- Agvocate profile
- Animal care
- Education and learning
- Feeding the world
- Field crops
- Fruits and vegetables
- Learning and Education
- Other sectors
- Partner profile
- Poultry and eggs
- Public trust
- Social license
- Wine and beverages
- Women in ag
- Young farmers
Highlights from Canada’s Agriculture Day
From time to time, we’re asked why Agriculture More Than Ever doesn’t speak directly to consumers. There are a numbers of reasons we focus on supporting farmers, ag groups and organizations, and everyone who works in the industry.
Elementary school teacher Heather Law developed an ag literacy program to help her students become more aware of their food sources.
Ag More Than Ever’s latest video features people from across the country and the agriculture industry coming together to add their voice to the food conversation.
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Patrick Kennedy and Dianne Smirl, event managers at Agri-Trade, share their thoughts on the agriculture industry and the people in […]
Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show team lead, Stefanie Nagelschmitz, shares her story with us. She’s proud, optimistic, and she couldn’t imagine […]
When Steve and Lisa Cooper realized they needed more than their keen desire to farm if they wanted to run a progressive, successful farm business, they did what any determined entrepreneur would do: they made a plan.