A lively edition of UPDATE Newsletter for you to enjoy. In this edition, we recap the ‘Bring It Home’ Harvest Festival, announce the release of the North Pickering Farms vision maps, and give you a sense of our calendar in the months ahead. Read more here!
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It’s been a busy summer so far and it’s only the beginning of August! Take a moment to check out our latest newsletter with invitations to two exciting events next month, an update on Minister Morneau’s recent visit to Claremont, and so much more. As always, if you didn’t receive this edition in your email […]
The goal is within sight for our Ag Study Campaign. Read more in our most recent issue of UPDATE Newsletter!
This issue also includes a wrap-up from our recent AGM, a request to complete the Government of Canada’s National Food Policy Survey, and an urgent requirement for all our supporters to ensure they have “consented” to receiving emails from Land Over Landings. If you’re not on our supporter list yet? Click HERE and add your name to the growing list of voices advocating for #FoodOverFlights on the Pickering Federal Lands.
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May’s Update Newsletter has just been published! Get it here!! Catch up on a busy few weeks that included three significant announcements. And be sure to mark your calendar with our upcoming events, including the Land Over Landings AGM on Wednesday, June 22, 7:30 pm at the Brougham Hall.
Fresh off the presses! Check out our February UPDATE Newsletter. Always a good read!!
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Our December UPDATE newsletter has just been published!
After years of preparation, it ALL STARTS NOW. We’ve hired Econometric Research Ltd. and renowned agri-food economist Dr John Groenewegen, of JRG Consulting Inc. to study the economic possibilities if the Federal Lands are protected for agriculture, agri-business, and tourism – not an airport. Read more about it, and other news, in our full newsletter!
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