The days are getting longer. The ground is thawing. It's GO time on farms across Ontario. But as COVID-19 locks down the province, can the agriculture sector still kick into high gear for planting season? To help us understand this issue, we welcome Dusty Zamecnik, fourth-generation farmer at EZ Grow Farms in Norfolk County; Keith Currie, president of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture; and Crystal Mackay, CEO of Loft 32, which specializes in communications for the agricultural sector.
Episode:
COVID-19 Update; Ontario Hubs
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Food
Aired:
Apr 17, 2020
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