When: November 13 & 14, 2019
Where: NAV Centre, Cornwall, ON
Growing Communities Together / Faire croître les collectivités ensemble
Come celebrate World Soil Day, December 5th! We’ll be watching the documentary Living Soils from the Soil Health Institute, followed by a Q&A session with a panel of soil health champions who balance soil health and farm profitability. Local treats and refreshments will be served!
In partnership with the Town of Smiths Falls and with the support of the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit, we are offering a full day workshop on December 5, 2018 in Smiths Falls for food processing businesses. The workshop is on Developing a HACCP plan (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points).
The workshop is from 9-4 with registration at 8:30 at the Health Unit location. The cost is $25.
Please click the below flyer to be redirected to the Eventbrite registration page.
“The lunch was amazing. I came away with a lot of information that is very timely for our market. Thank you.”
“As a support business to the food industry the contacts I made were invaluable. This conference gives hope for the future of the food industry in Ontario. Good job on the organization, a lot of hard work that is appreciated.”
“Excellent opportunity to build business relationships.”
“Please continue doing this.”
“Made some connections for seed supply. Thank you.”
“Contacts for sales, introductions to individuals who have been through procedures or processes that we will need to go through shortly (licensing and government regulations).”
“Received some advice on how to attract a grocery/food outlet to our downtown from a downtown grocer. Some of our local businesses who attended made some connections with potential local growers of their products.”
“Great visit with Mentor, Elaine Flook, very helpful.”
“The local food events that I attend are
as much about making contacts and
developing relationships as they are
about education. In the seven years that
we’ve worked on expanding our local
food offering, all but three of our
local suppliers who are farther than
25km from Kemptville I’ve met through
OMAFRA or at one of their sponsored