This partial list of upcoming events/webinars may qualify for PD hours. It is the responsibility of the NSIA member to ensure their qualifications are met yearly. If you have additional resources to share, please email: email@example.com
- Building and Strengthening Trust in Food and Farming in NS – March 2022
- Technology in Agriculture – November 2021
- Cow Signals – October 2020
- Christmas Tree Council of NS: Real Trees, Real Talk – Why Nova Scotia Loves Real Christmas Trees
- Maritime AgCast
- Perennia: Orchard Outlook
- Perennia: Out Standing in the Field
- Perennia: The Wild View on Blueberries
- Perennia: What’s the Buzz with ATTTA
Join Perennia and Cultiv8 as Rosalie Gillis-Madden and Jason Grant take you on a tour of Cultiv8’s student-run vegetable production farm at the Dalhousie Ag Campus. September 26th, 2022 from 10am – 12pm. They will discuss cover crop species selection, interrow seeding, hear about what Cultiv8 is doing with students and horticulture, and more! Bring your questions, soil tests, and any samples you want to discuss. This event is targeted at farmers, students, and agronomists, everyone is welcome! Young agronomists can learn more about the Institutes of Agrology and about becoming a Certified Crop Advisor. CCA points will be available.
The 2022 conference, themed on building innovation, offers dynamic, experience-based insights for producers on how to cultivate business success and embrace change. And as a registrant, exhibitor or sponsor, you’ll be given a myriad of options for customizing your experience of the conference.
Experience the event the way that works best for you, by taking part in dynamic keynote discussions on next generation agriculture, climate change and the impacts of COVID on the sector. Network with decision makers and influencers and hear the latest on new agricultural programs, policies. Or meet one-on-one with lending, business and research specialists and see new innovative technologies in action.
A forum for food systems stakeholders to discuss how potential threats to the regional food supply will manifest themselves in Atlantic Canada and where transformation is needed. The themes of food security and food sovereignty will be explored from the perspectives of producers, processors, distributors, consumers and policy makers. Click Here for more information!