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engageNB – Strategic Program Review As part of the planning for the upcoming budget, finance Minister Victor Boudreau has called for a public consultation. Deadline for submissions is Saturday, February 28, 2015. Three ways to participate: 1. Online. Click here to provide your feedback by filling out this easy form. 2. By attending a Dialogue Session – for the exact locations and times click here. January 26 – Pont-Landry January 27 – Balmoral January 29 – Saint-Léonard January 31 – Miramichi February 2 –...read more
Soil Compaction Workshop Collège Communautaire du NB 160 Reservoir Street, Grand Falls, NB Wednesday, March 11, 2015 Download the Soil Compaction Workshop Schedule To register or for any questions please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or (506) 457-4040. Atelier bilingue – traduction simultanée...read more
On Wednesday, February 11, 2015 the Potato Research Centre is hosting an Open House. For the official invite click here. Where: Potato Research Centre 850 Lincoln Road Fredericton, New Brunswick Potato Research Centre Schedule 10:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.: View selections New AR2015 Accelerated Release selections from the Lethbridge Research Centre and the Potato Research Centre available for two years of non-exclusive evaluation AR2013 series Accelerated Release selections available for three years of exclusive evaluation and the option to...read more
When: Monday, February 16, 2015 1:00-5:00pm with catered lunch starting at 11:30am & social hour to follow after Where: Charlotte Street Arts Centre 732 Charlotte St, Fredericton, NB Parking behind the building or on the street The 8th NB Organic Forum is an annual opportunity for the NB organic community to join together that is open to everyone! This year’s agenda features lots of important sector updates and discussions, as well as plenty of time for socializing with your organic peers. To start the day, the NB...read more
Federal Election 2015 is fast approaching and we want to make sure that workers’ concerns are well represented in the discussions and outcomes. To see change happen, we need to act and talk to our colleagues, neighbours and families about these values, who best represents them and will work to safeguard them in our laws. Our plan is to bring together seasoned campaigners and new activists from a wide range of communities and workplaces to share the experience they have while learning the latest and best practices for effective campaigning...read more
Save – the – date! Friday, February 20, 2015 Join Gregory Heming, a municipal councillor in Annapolis County, Nova Scotia and president of the Centre for Local Prosperity in the Village of Gagetown area on Friday evening, February 20th for a talk and discussion on the future of rural Canada. Gregory is back by popular demand after his presentation for the National Farmers’ Union (NB) in the village last year. What’s the issue? Maritime Canada’s business communities, local families, and local municipal...read more
The Atlantic Farm Mechanization Show “Gateway to Farm Innovation” March 5, 6 & 7, 2015 Moncton Colliseum For more information: www.farmmechshow.comread more
Between February 3 and March 3, 2015 the National Energy Board will be accepting applications to participate in the Energy East Pipeline hearings. You can apply if: 1.You are someone who will be directly affected by TransCanada’s Energy Pipeline or 2. You have relevant knowledge or expertise to give on the pipeline. For people directly affected the following points will be considered: What is the nature of your interest? Commercial, financial or proprietary Personal use or occupancy of the land and resources affected by the Project Use of...read more
Understanding Soil and Building Great Garden Soil FREE Webinars Hosted by the Food Security Network of Newfoundland Welcome in 2015, the “International Year of Soils” with two educational teleconferences created by Food Security Network of NL (FSN) and presented by Sarah Crocker, FSN Public Outreach Coordinator and farm manager at Seed to Spoon, a small ecological farm in Portugal Cove, NL. FSN Educational Teleconferences are free to attend. Soil part 1: Understanding Soil January 22nd, 2015, 6:30pm (Labrador) 7pm (Newfoundland) Take a...read more
Quality Assurance in Ecological Seed Production FREE Webinar Hosted by the Bauta Family Iniative on Canadian Seed Security January 28, 2015 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Eastern Time To register for this webinar, please click here. Each seed a farmer purchases and plants is an investment in the harvest, on which their livelihood depends. Seed producers need to provide assurance so that farmers know that their seed will be high quality, and reliable. This webinar will provide information on how to provide quality assurance. Presenters will speak...read more