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Pandemic year served up valuable agritourism lessons for Devlin farm

Pandemic year served up valuable agritourism lessons for Devlin farm

The Spry Farm in northwestern Ontario shared its 2020 experience during local food conference
Fur Harvesters Auction earns sustainability certification

Fur Harvesters Auction earns sustainability certification

North Bay enterprise meets new traceability standard for wild fur trade
New local food directory connects Thunder Bay consumers and producers

New local food directory connects Thunder Bay consumers and producers

The directory was created by the Thunder Bay and Area Food Strategy
Pandemic offers chance to ‘reimagine’ food system

Pandemic offers chance to ‘reimagine’ food system

New report provides insight on tackling food insecurity, incentivizing farmers, and taking back aspects of domestic production
<updated>Generational Business:</updated> Five generations of the Cornell family have worked this land since 1897

Generational Business: Five generations of the Cornell family have worked this land since 1897

Cornell Farms produces cattle breeding stock and natural beef products
Federal funds will help teach kids about where their food comes from

Federal funds will help teach kids about where their food comes from

Agriculture in the Classroom Canada will use $1.6 million to develop new learning resources
Sudbury's Crosscut Distillery takes four awards at Canadian Artisan Spirit Competition

Sudbury's Crosscut Distillery takes four awards at Canadian Artisan Spirit Competition

Producer's vodka, gin and liqueur recognized at national event
Pervasive myths stopping more farmers from producing in the North

Pervasive myths stopping more farmers from producing in the North

High costs, isolation and perpetually cold climate among perceived barriers in agriculture
Retired Powassan farmer to be entered in ag hall of fame

Retired Powassan farmer to be entered in ag hall of fame

Roger George is one of seven leaders chosen for 2021 entry
Port of Thunder Bay casts off on 2020 shipping season

Port of Thunder Bay casts off on 2020 shipping season

Northwestern Ontario port moves more than 10 million tonnes of Prairie grain, highest since 1997