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: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Semi-Annual: Grad Student Webinar – Fall 2022
- Technology with Thomas Harrington – Fall 2022
- Inclusion with Holly Fisher – Fall 2022
- Cannabis with Alex Buckley – Fall 2022
- 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
Animal Nutrition Association of Canada (ANAC)
In this session, the team will discuss how producers have improved their on-farm efficiency and profitability with a focus on ‘systems’ thinking. We will understand how these inefficiencies were addressed through equipment and production improvements with a discussion on measuring production targets, so you know if you’re moving in the right direction.
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Perennia Specialists Katie Trottier, Shane Wood and experienced local graziers to learn about getting started with rotational grazing at this workshop at the Waterville Fire Hall. There will be a short presentation followed by a practical activity.
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Managing crop fertility in protected spaces can be difficult to navigate throughout the growing season when deciding what to apply, how much of it and when. Join Judson Reid from Cornell University and Perennia Specialist Talia Plaskett on February 9, 2023, at noon to learn about nutrient management in protected, soil-based crops. Register now to secure your virtual spot and set yourself up for a productive growing season!
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Perennia Specialists Katie Trottier, Shane Wood and experienced local graziers to learn about getting started with rotational grazing at this workshop at the Microtel Inn & Suites in Antigonish. There will be a short presentation followed by a practical activity.
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On-farm research can lead to increased crop productivity and profitability by answering your questions about the benefits of using a new-to-you product or practice. In order to get quality results, there are key elements that need to be included in your investigations. This session will focus on considerations to consider when setting up and executing on-farm research trials.
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The National Symposium on Agricultural Mental Health has been established to connect farmer mental health groups, researchers, government officials and policy makers, members of Canada’s agricultural community including agricultural associations and producer groups, individual advocates, and most importantly farmers to address the challenges and opportunities of the farmer mental health movement across the country.
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