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  • February 13 is Canada's Ag Day
    February 13, 2024 - Newfoundland and Labrador’s agriculture industry is celebrating the annual Canada’s Agriculture Day today, February 13, 2024. Canada’s Agriculture Day is a celebration of Canadian agriculture. It’s a time to showcase all the amazing things happening in the industry and create a closer connection between consumers, our food, and the people who produce it. Read the full news release here.
  • NLFA hosts Agriculture Industry Symposium in Grand Falls-Windsor
    January 18, 2024 – The Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Agriculture (NLFA) is bringing farmers and agriculture stakeholders together for the Agriculture Industry Symposium on January 23-25, 2024. This year’s event will be held at the Mount Peyton Resort and Conference Centre in Grand Falls-Windsor, and will include information sessions, networking opportunities, a facility tour and NLFA’s annual general meeting (AGM). Download the full news release here.
  • Agriculture Expo 2023 in Corner Brook Oct. 13-15
    NEWS RELEASE: October 10 - Agriculture Expo 2023 will take place at the Corner Brook Civic Center from October 13-15. "Connecting families with local farmers is what makes the Agriculture Expo so important to Newfoundland and Labrador. When everyone can see first-hand where their food comes from, and the incredible local agri-food products being produced right in their communities, they get a greater appreciation of the hard work and dedication that it takes for the sector to feed the growing province.” - The Honourable Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Click here to download the full news release.
  • Agriculture Expo 2023 at the CBS Arena Sept. 29 - Oct. 1
    NEWS RELEASE: September 26 - Agriculture Expo 2023 will take place at the CBS Arena in Conception Bay South from September 29-October 1. Hosted by the Newfoundland and Labrador Federation of Agriculture (NLFA), annual Agriculture Expos highlight the importance of the province’s agriculture and agri-food industry, which provides approximately 6,500 direct and indirect jobs in Newfoundland and Labrador. Click here to read the full news release.
  • Celebrate NL Open Farm Day 2023 on September 17
    NEWS RELEASE: September 14 - Farms across Newfoundland & Labrador are opening their doors on Sunday, September 17 for NL Open Farm Day 2023, an annual province-wide initiative to highlight the importance and raise awareness of the agriculture industry. Click here to read the full news release.
  • Agriview Summer 2023 is available now!
    Featuring "Who is on the farm" with Lauralee and Mark Ledrew along with news from AITC-NL's Little Green Thumbs, NL Young Farmer's Forum, NL Living Labs and more! Read Agriview Summer 2023 now.
  • Little Green Thumbs Program Celebrates 11th Year Harvest Celebrations
    MAY 24, 2023 - Agriculture in the Classroom NL (AITC-NL) would like to give a “thumbs up” to our Little Green Thumbs and our Little Green Sprouts classes on their successful gardens this year. Read the full media release.
  • Fall 2022 Agriview is available now!
    Fall 2022 Agriview features farmer Nathan Dennis, NLFA's Living Labs project, the Agriculture Expos and more! Read it here:
  • NL Living Labs is Approved
    "The NLFA looks forward to working with our project partners, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and of course our producers. We look forward to the Best Management Practices that this project brings to the NL Agriculture Industry over the next five-years and beyond" - Wayne Simmons, NLFA President Canada’s Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau announced that Canada will have nine “living labs” across the country to help combat climate change. The Newfoundland & Labrador Living Lab (NL-LL) will focus on Best Management Practices that can be applied by the provincial agricultural industry to assist with carbon sequestration, greenhouse gas emissions reductions and to increase nitrogen usage efficiency. The Knowledge Technology Transfer will be led by the NLFA Climate Change Manager Rodney Reid and the MUN activities will be led by Research Coordinator Dr. Yeukai Katanda.


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