Women play an important role in Canadian agriculture. Check out our collection of inspiring stories about and by amazing women in Canadian ag!
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Stories about and by women in Canadian agriculture
Thanks Sarah for sharing this fantastic photo of your son Braden learning the fundamentals of growing food! Love his t-shirt!
Continuing on with my photo-a-day project! 7 more photos on the blog and my fave of the week is of Braden planting seeds with me inside. Our growing season is only 100 days so if we want to grow veggies like tomatoes, peppers, broccoli and cauliflower from seed—they need to get a head start inside! I cannot wait to be back in the garden!
P.S. Braden’s shirt is from @[334860756554141:274:Agriculture More Than Ever].
It’s #MotivationMonday! Tell us (or show us) what motivates YOU to leave your mark on Canadian Ag!
Shout out to Agri-Futures Nova Scotia, who is bringing together Farmers, researchers, students, government, not-for profits, and commodity organizations from agriculture, aquaculture, and related industries to find synergies and to learn, discuss, and challenge research and innovation in the Atlantic Region. What a great initiative!
Ag. Connect 2015 | Agri-Futures Nova Scotia
Agri-Futures Nova Scotia is pleased to offer a new and exciting conference called Ag. Connect 2015; designed to bring together farmers, researchers,
CleanFARMS encouraged farmers in Manitoba to tell their sustainability stories last year. Read about this great initiative and the organizations’ plans to continue telling sharing this important message:
Give sustainability in ag a voice
Farmers can be incredibly humble and don’t always take credit for the good work they do on the farm, so others outside of their circles don’t always know the full extent of the stewardship work that farmers do every day on their farms.
Like or share if this is your perspective. Thanks to Tara Davidson for the great photo!
We’ve added a new content to our Ag Conversations page this month! Find information, ideas and inspiration to help you speak up for Canadian ag:
Ag Conversations | Agriculture More Than Ever
Blog posts, stories, tips and more!
Let’s “take the time to speak up to support each other”. A wonderful #ThrowbackThursday article by Janine Lunn, published on RealAgriculture.com
Will the REAL farmer please stand up?
I am happy to see that farming is gaining popular interest. It seems that lately agriculture has become sexy, and I’m relieved to see we’re graduating from the old image of men wearing striped coveralls, straw hats and chewing a stem of wheat.
Like or share this great Canadian ag fact to show your love for Canadian Beef!
Sabrina Caron shares what a family farm means to her :
They say 98% of all farms in Canada are family farms. But what exactly is family farming? Small farms? Big farms? Artisan farms? High-tech farms?