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Ontario Farm Service Force Group - to solve a farm labour shortage during WW II and afterwards.

Farmerettes Oakville Memories: Old & New: Oakville Images

Baptist Sunday School group in Amherstburg, Ontario, [ca. 1910] Alvin D. McCurdy fonds  Reference Code: F 2076-16-5-1-38 Archives of Ontario, I0027813

Baptist Sunday School group in Amherstburg, Ontario, [ca. Alvin D. McCurdy fonds Reference Code: F Archives of Ontario,

Students of King Street School in Amherstburg,  Ontario with their teacher, J. H. Alexander, [ca. 1890s]

blacks Canadian community blacks were treated unequally. children were separated from whites in school in Ontario and Nova Scotia. therefore these black students got an inferior education and fewer jobs.

Threshing Party, Marshman Farm, 1914 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Threshing Party, Marshman Farm, 1914 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

New Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Minister Ted McMeekin discusses Ontario’s apple bounty with Brian Gilroy, Chair of the Ontario Apple Growers, at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.

New Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Minister Ted McMeekin discusses Ontario’s apple bounty with Brian Gilroy, Chair of the Ontario Apple Growers, at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair.

Virginia Wilson of the Agricultural Extension Service conducts a cooking school for the wives of married students at the West Campus Branch of the YMCA in Vetville. (Photograph courtesy of Special Collections, NCSU Libraries)

Virginia Wilson of the Agricultural Extension Service conducts a cooking school for the wives of married students at the West Campus Branch of the YMCA in Vetville. (Photograph courtesy of Special Collections, NCSU Libraries)

"I have been trying to identify the philosophies that have guided my perspective on all things nutritional." - interesting article by Christoph Wand

Alternative crops have great potential as forages. Results of field trials done in Ontario.

Old Schoolhouse No pesky bother with Teacher/Student Ratio...Children KNEW how to Behave & Did or got it at school AND then at home. Oh! For those days!!!

Teacher and children in front of sod schoolhouse. Woods County, Oklahoma Territory, ca.

When orchard owner Lance Burnham started making cider in 2013, it didn't take long to win over the taste buds of local customers. There was only one problem: the mishmash of apple varieties on his 40-acre orchard made it impossible to deliver batches of consistently flavoured cider. Where some might see weakness, Burnham saw opportunity. He started producing a variety of different ciders, embracing the eclectic mix of colours and tastes his apples offered.

Premier's Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence Program Information

LOW POND FARM    FALL 2011

LOW POND FARM FALL 2011

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