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Stewardshipfirst(TM) success in Manitoba
March 31, 2009, Ottawa — Over 51,158 kilograms of unwanted and obsolete agricultural pesticides – enough to fill approximately four semi-trailers – have been safely and environmentally disposed of, thanks to Manitoba farmers who turned in the products last fall.
A bonus biomass April edition
March 30, 2009, Simcoe, Ont. — The print version of the April 2009 edition of Greenhouse Canada, being mailed in early April, includes a bonus insert of Canadian Biomass magazine.
Don't be 'fuel-ish' while shipping
March 26, 2009 — Here are some proven ways to reduce fuel consumption, cut greenhouse gas emissions and lower your fuel costs.
Rosa Flora celebrating three decades of growth
March 25, 2009, Dunnville, Ont. – Rosa Flora Limited, one of Canada’s largest cut flower growers and wholesalers, its celebrating three decades of growth.
Ontario labour challenge taken to UN
March 23, 2009, Toronto — UFCW Canada, the country’s largest private sector union, has added an international profile to its campaign to achieve collective bargaining rights for Ontario’s agriculture workers when on Monday it filed a formal complaint with the International Labour Organization (ILO) in Geneva, Switzerland.
What are the latest culinary trends?
March 16, 2009 - A new National Restaurant Association survey of more than 1,600 professional chefs – members of the American Culinary Federation (ACF) – reveals that nutrition and philosophy-driven food choices will be the hottest trends on restaurant menus in 2009.
CanadaGAP makes its debut
March 24, 2009 – The Canadian Horticultural Council (CHC), a national industry association representing fresh fruit and vegetable growers, has unveiled a new name for its On-Farm Food Safety Program.
Ontario Green Energy Act is good for biomass – but where’s the heat?
March 24, 2009 – Ontario’s Green Energy Act, tabled earlier this month, has all the right tools to make renewable energy a much greater contributor to the province’s energy mix, but there’s one thing missing: heat.
Dutch floricultural exports under pressure
March 16, 2009 – The final total of Dutch exports of floricultural products were valued at 6.4 billion euros in 2008.
Red Hat completes CHC OFFS certification
March 16, 2009 – The Canadian Horticultural Council (CHC), a national industry association representing fresh fruit and vegetable growers, is pleased to announce the first certification issued to a member who successfully completed the CHC On-Farm Food Safety (OFFS) Certification Program.