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Ontario Trillium supports COG initiative From left, Rachael Muller, Manager of the Organic Success Program, is pictured with SDSG MPP Jim McDonell and Colin Lundy, one of the conference organizers, at the Eco Farm Day, Feb. 25, in Cornwall. Thompson Goddard photo
 
   
   
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  • Organic Success Program receives substantial grant

    During the opening ceremonies at Eco Farm Day on Feb. 25, Stormont, Dundas and South Glengarry MPP Jim McDonell congratulated the Canadian Organic Growers on the launching of their Organic Success Program, which is supported by an Ontario Trillium Foundation grant of $65,100.
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    Careful financial planning for farm succession is crucial

    The subject of careful financial planning, and avoidance of potential pitfalls, was the subject of a conference on succession planning recently, with presentations from Collins Barrow, Horner & Pietersma and O'Farrell Financial Services, at the North Stormont Community Centre.
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    New loan available for young agriculture entrepreneurs

    Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Lawrence MacAulay and Farm Credit Canada (FCC) announced a new loan for young entrepreneurs in the agriculture retail, manufacturing and food processing sectors on Feb. 16, in Ottawa.
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    Estate equalization strategies for farm succession

    Equalizing an estate to be fair to both farming and non-farming children or grandchildren is a difficult and very complex topic, and of course every family has its own unique situation -- and personalities.
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    OFA addressing skewed farm tax ratio with municipalities
    OFA commentary

    Rural municipalities across the province are feeling the squeeze of funding shortfalls.
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    Start the conversation with the next generation

    If you pass your farm on to children or other family members, you want to ensure that everything you've worked so hard and so long for is taken good care of, but interfering with the next generation of farmers might harm more than it helps.
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    Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program: Setting the record straight on misconceptions

    In a recent media release, regarding the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Programs (SAWP), the Foreign Agricultural Resource Management Services (FARMS) addressed what it calls misperceptions and inaccurate generalizations about both SAWP and Canada's Temporary Foreign Worker Program.
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