Four virtual field days that visit various Ontario farms that use regenerative principles and practices.
Program participants will receive payment of $40/acre on up to 100 acres to add a small grain for harvest in 2021 and follow it with a cover crop or forage crop with at least one legume species.
EFAO is excited to launch a pilot Small Grains Program that will support Ontario farmers wanting to diversify their crop rotation by adding a small grain followed by a legume cover crop or forage crop. Read about the inspiration for this program and other details.
On January 24th I drove down to the EFAO workshop in Guelph where Gillian Flies from The New Farm delivered a workshop on Talking about Regenerative Agriculture to Grow a Movement.
In January, I attended a great workshop hosted by the EFAO on Ecological Cut Flower production. Here’s what I took away from the workshop.
With current restrictions on gatherings and social distancing protocols in place, we will be offering events in new formats for the foreseeable future.