Member Profile: Back to Their RootsEFAO spoke with four farmers leading three unique farming and land stewardship operations in Ontario to find out how their personal histories, philosophies and experiences have influenced their approaches to farming. Cady & Alvis operate Deeper Roots...
New Collaborations: Farming a Living Lab
Ken Laing and Brett Israel answer questions about their involvement in the Living Lab – Ontario initiative, what it’s been like so far, and what they hope to accomplish with their research.
Member Profile: Shade of MitiShade of Miti is a food and climate justice organization on Treaty 13 land (Mississauga, Ontario). They envision sustainable food systems in Mississauga that are rooted in sovereignty and justice, and not threatened by climate change. This organization is for...
The Rhythm of Farmer-Led Research
Activities in the orange circle represent farmer-researcher responsibilities,
and activities in the green circle represent EFAO staff activities.
An Economic Case for Small Grains with Cover Crops
It is well known that extending field crop rotations by adding small grains, such as wheat, barley, oats, triticale, spelt, or rye, has many ecological benefits. Here, we describe the economic benefits as well.