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Future Food Sustainability

Many things in life are optional, but food isn't one of them. That's why the findings of a new research report by the Institute for...

Study on Cranberry Farming Nutrient Runoff

Cranberry farming is big business in Atlantic Canada, Quebec, and B.C.. In fact, Canada is the second-largest producer of this tart red fruit in the...

Freshet Flooding Could Cost $1.1B in Fraser Valley

A report published by the Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD) in partnership with the BC Agriculture & Food Climate Action Initiative has determined that...

Largest Agricultural Drainage Project in Sask. History

Saskatchewan’s Water Security Agency (WSA) has issued the largest single agricultural drainage approval in the province’s history. Located in the Gooseberry Lake Watershed, the Dry...

Ontario Federation of Agriculture Elects New President

The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) voted in a new president this week at the 81st annual meeting and convention. Keith Currie, a Simcoe...

ALUS Program Re-Launches in Ontario

More than 100 people gathered at Springview Farm in Waterford, Ontario, today to celebrate the Ontario relaunch of ALUS Canada, a national program that...

Ontario Farmers Learn to Cope with Drought

If only the rains would come. In southwestern Ontario, the 2016 summer has seen limited and localized rainfall over much of Brant County, with...

Canada and Yukon Coordinate on Farms

The governments of Canada and Yukon have signed off on an almost $5-million investment for Yukon farmers with the launch of a new suite...

Growing Forward: Expect More Tomatoes

A new $1.9-million pipeline project, announced yesterday, will provide a source of water for tomato farmers in Leamington, Ontario. The funding, which comes from the...

Manitoba Assaults Phosphorus

New measures were announced last week by Manitoba's Conservation Minister Stan Struthers as part of an aggressive plan to reduce phosphorus that promotes growth...

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