The long-awaited 2nd edition of Organic Farming on the Prairies contains new information and presents an expanded vision of the rapidly-growing organic industry.
The Western Canadian Organic Business Directory is a partnership between Organic Alberta, Saskatchewan Organic Directorate (SOD), Manitoba Organic Alliance (MOA) & Certified Organic Association of British Columbia (COABC). The directory lists all companies that provide services or processed products to businesses in the organic sector. From the producer to the retailer, the directory connects the Western Canadian organic sector.
Manitoba Harvest Hemp Foods is looking for more organically produced hemp seed .
Manitoba Harvest contracts, manufactures, and distributes an award-winning line up of hemp food products including Hemp Hearts raw shelled hemp seeds. Consumer demand for organic Manitoba Harvest products is growing.
Manitoba Harvest offers competitive contracts and would like to work with you. Please call Clarence Shwaluk, Director of Farm Operations, at 204-228-0280 or email email@example.com
The governments of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba will be presenting a series of free webinars this fall and winter.
The webinars are free to anyone with an hour to spare and an interest in learning more about the growing market for organic grains, building soil fertility and managing seeds organically.
You’ll need an hour, a comfortable chair and a connection to the Internet. You can dial in and listen on your phone or use your computer speakers. All webinars start at 12 PM Central Standard time.
To register, send an email to Chantal.Jacobs@gov.sk.ca. Be sure to include the specific webinars that interest you and more information will be emailed to you before each webinar.
Webinars will be recorded and made available following the event.
Below is the list of dates and topics:
February 11, 2014
- Growing Hemp on the Prairies, Kevin Friesen, Seed Production Manager, Hemp Oil Canada and Dale Risula, Saskatchewan Provincial Special Crops Specialist.
Tuesday February 18, 2014
- The Plant’s Role in Soil Fertility Management by Dr. Diane Knight
Dr. Knight is a researcher at the University of Saskatchewan who studies soil biological processes in dryland agriculture systems.