Manitoba wants feedback on where agriculture needs to go
May 11, 2021 By Government of Manitoba
An online public engagement has been launched to seek feedback on the priorities and future direction of Manitoba’s agriculture and agri-food industry.
“Manitoba’s agri-food industry has demonstrated a strong commitment to Ag Action Manitoba and the next agricultural policy framework dialogues,” said Agriculture and Resource Development Minister, Blaine Pedersen. “We are seeking people’s experiences with the Ag Action Manitoba program and will collect data on key sector priorities for Manitobans.”
Building on previous engagement, the province is seeking Manitobans thoughts on the priorities and future direction of Manitoba’s agriculture and agri-food industry. The information will be used for the upcoming Federal/Provincial/Territorial (FPT) Ministers of Agriculture meeting where the next FPT agricultural policy framework priorities and policy statement will be set.
Manitoba Agriculture and Resource Development is seeking to better understand Manitobans experiences with the Ag Action Manitoba program, thoughts on existing Ag Action Manitoba priority areas, and thoughts on new and emerging issues and opportunities in the sector.
To take part in the engagement, visit https://engagemb.ca/engaging-mb-ag-industry. The deadline for public feedback is May 27.
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