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Northern Ontario Farm Alliance Innovation to hold in-person conference in February

Northern Ontario Farm Alliance Innovation to hold in-person conference in February

The Northern Ontario Farm Innovation Alliance event will mark its fifth year on February 15-16, 2023.

By Andrew Joseph, Farms.com; Image via Northern Ontario Farm Innovation Alliance

The Northern Ontario Farm Innovation Alliance (NOFIA) has set the date for its next annual Northern Ontario Agriculture Conference, this time in-person, for February 15-16, 2023.

Headquartered in Temiskaming, NOFIA is a non-profit organization seeking to provide research and innovation infrastructure for agriculture in the Northern Ontario area. It helps create partnerships between groups to provide research, develop innovation, and to commercialize agricultural products and technologies for effective use in Northern Ontario.

The conference, it’s fifth such event, brings together agricultural professionals to learn about new research and share best practices in the field, and is a great way for individuals and companies to develop ties leading to the goals of NOFIA.  

The conference was last held virtually in February of 2021, with an in-person event held in 2020 in Sudbury.  

Details regarding the Norther Ontario Agriculture Conference location, guests, and conference activities are forthcoming.

More information on NOFIA and the programs it sponsors may be found at  www.nofia-agri.com.


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