Recommendations for the Future of Farming in Hastings County

 
Farming, and the rural community, in Hastings County is in a transition. There are both opportunities and threats. In the video  Dr Peter Andree, Carleton University, describes what he and Kimberley Bittermann found out from talking with over 25 farmers and officials. They have made 14 recommendations in The Future of Farming In Hastings County report. Over 20 people discussed these recommendation  at a workshop in Stirling on November 4.  The video shows Peter Andre introducing the research and the recommendations that were talked about at the workshop.
 You can read the Future of Farming in Hastings County report online at Read Our Magazine below.
 

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