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Northern ag conference slated for February

Northern ag conference slated for February

Northern Ontario Farm Innovation Alliance event will mark its fifth year
Record volumes of potash move through Thunder Bay port

Record volumes of potash move through Thunder Bay port

Port authority expects 30 per cent improvement in Prairie grain crop from 2021
Fur trappers begin public relations campaign

Fur trappers begin public relations campaign

The campaign is aimed at counteracting 'misinformation' about trapping
<updated>Generational Business:</updated> Bill Martin’s Nurseryland takes ‘green’ to new levels

Generational Business: Bill Martin’s Nurseryland takes ‘green’ to new levels

Trailblazing Thunder Bay garden centre miles from where it started 95 years ago
Northern Ontario returning to Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

Northern Ontario returning to Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

Fair’s centennial marks a return to in-person events post-pandemic
Agricultural links to be strengthened via FedNor funding

Agricultural links to be strengthened via FedNor funding

Northern Ontario Farm Innovation Alliance using funds to find sector efficiencies
Uncovered artifacts trigger archaeological dig outside Sudbury

Uncovered artifacts trigger archaeological dig outside Sudbury

Archaeological team follows up on historic materials found last fall at Lively heritage farm
Federal investment will aid in boosting northern beef supply

Federal investment will aid in boosting northern beef supply

Rural Agri-Innovation Network and Penokean Hills will share in $951,530 in FedNor funds
Project seeks to grow Northern agriculture

Project seeks to grow Northern agriculture

Claybelt Agricultural Project aims to debunk myths about farming in the North
Steady, measured growth pays off for Parry Sound jam company

Steady, measured growth pays off for Parry Sound jam company

Crofter's Organic continues expansion, 33 years after launching