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Fresh vegetables grow year-round at this innovative Timmins farm

Fresh vegetables grow year-round at this innovative Timmins farm

Borealis Fresh Farms' grows a variety of greens vertically on specially fashioned walls
Federal funding to sow agri-food growth in Algoma

Federal funding to sow agri-food growth in Algoma

Five projects will share in more than $3 million from FedNor
Schedule announced for 2023 ag conference

Schedule announced for 2023 ag conference

Two-day event hosted by the Northern Ontario Farm Innovation Alliance
<updated>NOBA 2022:</updated> The Rural Agri-Innovation Network is the Entrepreneurial Community of the Year

NOBA 2022: The Rural Agri-Innovation Network is the Entrepreneurial Community of the Year

Getting more local food onto Northern Ontario plates is mandate for Sault organization
<updated>NOBA 2022:</updated> Thornloe Cheese is the Company of the Year (16-50 employees)

NOBA 2022: Thornloe Cheese is the Company of the Year (16-50 employees)

Award-winning cheeses and butter have been produced in the Village of Thornloe since 1940
Applications now open for agri-food funding

Applications now open for agri-food funding

Sustainable Agri-food Products and Productivity Program intake closes Jan. 13
Sudbury jerky company among ‘Ontario Made’ nominees

Sudbury jerky company among ‘Ontario Made’ nominees

Annual awards recognize companies that promote in-province shopping
Ag organization re-elects Peggy Brekveld as president

Ag organization re-elects Peggy Brekveld as president

Northwestern Ontario dairy farmer will lead Ontario Federation of Agriculture for third term
Province unveils new plan to boost agri-food sector

Province unveils new plan to boost agri-food sector

Grow Ontario Strategy seeks solutions to labour shortage, outdated supply chain infrastructure, processing capacity
Pricey lettuce has Sudbury restaurants, grocers pulling salad from menus, shelves

Pricey lettuce has Sudbury restaurants, grocers pulling salad from menus, shelves

Hydroponic grower suggests shopping closer to home