The long-awaited 2nd edition of Organic Farming on the Prairies contains new information and presents an expanded vision of the rapidly-growing organic industry.
Two Sessions: either 9-11 am OR 5-7:30pm (includes supper) at The Artisan.
The event will be looking for feedback on the strengths of Regina's food system, the challenges and how to overcome them, and priority areas for action. This information is part of a community food assessment (done in communities accross Canada) and will feed into an action plan to give direction for Regina.
The Wheat and Barley Development Commission’s nominations have closed and the election for the new Board will be completed by Friday, December 6, 2013.
Organic Producers need to be represented on the Board. There are 6 Board positions for Barley and 7 for Wheat. There are a number of candidates that share the same concerns
The governments of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba will be presenting a series of free webinars this fall and winter.
The webinars are free to anyone with an hour to spare and an interest in learning more about the growing market for organic grains, building soil fertility and managing seeds organically.
You’ll need an hour, a comfortable chair and a connection to the Internet. You can dial in and listen on your phone or use your computer speakers. All webinars start at 12 PM Central Standard time.
To register, send an email to Chantal.Jacobs@gov.sk.ca. Be sure to include the specific webinars that interest you and more information will be emailed to you before each webinar.
Webinars will be recorded and made available following the event.
Below is the list of dates and topics:
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
- Natural Systems Agriculture on the Canadian Prairies by Dr. Martin Entz
Dr. Entz is a professor at the University of Manitoba who researches cropping systems and agronomy.