Brett Israel of 3Gen Organics (Wellington County SCIA) shares the highlights of the March 3 Heartland Spring Production Meeting featuring Garry Zimmer, the "Biological Farmer" from MidWest BioAg.
Read the article by Owen Roberts in the April/May edition of the Ontario Grain Farmer.
At their annual general meeting held January 20, 2020, Heartland Soil and Crop Improvement Association elected a new slate of officers.
GUELPH – Liz and Reg Samis of Mapleton were recognized with the Green Legacy Agricultural Award of Excellence at the Nov. 28 Wellington County council meeting.
Year 1 of Heartland’s Tier Two project, Maximizing cereal rye cover crop management for multiple benefits, is nearly complete.
AgScape, the voice of agriculture education in Ontario classrooms has announced the Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association (OSCIA) as the first recipient of the inaugural Agriculture Education Champion Award.
The annual Summer Meeting of the Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association (OSCIA) was held in Heartland Region August 18-20, 2019 hosted by 1st Vice President, Stuart Wright and his wife, Carolyn.