Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame celebrates Canada’s Agriculture Day with new online gallery of inductees
The Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame Association is pleased to share its newly refreshed website, www.cahfa.ca, made possible with the support of Farms.com Professional Services.
A key feature of the site is the newly added bilingual biographies for the Hall of Fame’s 200+ inductees.
“It is fitting that we were able to announce the refreshed website on Canada’s Agriculture Day – a day to celebrate all things Canadian agriculture and food,” says Herb McLane, President of the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame Association (CAHFA). “We would encourage people to look through the online Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame gallery and learn about the amazing Canadians who have been recognized.”
The Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame Association website houses an online gallery of inductee portraits and profiles that encapsulate each individual’s involvement in Canada’s agriculture and food industry. It is also the hub for news on future inductees, nominations and the annual celebration banquet.
“As a national association, it was important that we provide a fully bilingual and accessible online experience,” adds McLane. “This will facilitate our future participation in national galleries, such as the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum.”
Farms.com Professional Services is a proud partner of the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame Association and its mission to recognize the outstanding contributions made by Canadians to the agriculture and food industry.
“As a leader in the Canadian agriculture and food industry, Farms.com believes that recognizing the past is an important pillar to building the industry’s future,” says Farms.com President and CEO Graham Dyer. “As experts in online and integrated communications we know that websites play a vital role in any outreach strategy, that’s why we committed to supporting CAHFA in the development of its new website - which is a platform for farmers across the country to celebrate the significant role played by individuals in the agriculture and food sectors in Canada.”