Listed below are a number of Field Days that may be of interest to Organic Producers
Alberta Organic Producers Association (AOPA) Field Day
Location: The day begins at the Gubersky Farm, located 9 miles north of Lamont on Hwy 831, 6 miles east on Hwy 45 and then ¼ miles south on range road 184.
Itinerary: There will be discussion on seeding techniques and crop varieties followed by a crop tour. Special guest speakers in attendance. Organic snacks will be provided with a lunch to follow for $10 per person, and kids eat free. A wonderful opportunity to learn new farming techniques and network and EVERYONE is WELCOME!
Confirm your attendance to Kathy at @780-939-5808 or email@example.com, or call Randy at 780-477-1146 for more information.
University of Manitoba, Annual Plant Science Crop Research Tour
This tour will include a special feature on seeder performance when seeding canola in difficult conditions, as well as highlights from research currently underway in the Department of Plant Science, including cover cropping, perennial grains, and our organic farming systems research.
The Organic and Ecologically Integrated Farming Systems Tour
This tour will focus on our organic farming systems research, including mulches and reduced tillage, crop-livestock integration, organic pulse crop production, and cereal variety development for organic systems. For more information visit http://www.umanitoba.ca/outreach/naturalagriculture/
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Field Day at Lacombe Alberta. Not specifically organic. Contact Loree Verquin, (403) 782-8114 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mackenzie Applied Research Association, Fort Vermillion Alberta. Not specifically organic. For more information contact Nasar Iqbal, (780) 927-3776 or email@example.com