Mary Thornley
Executive Director
CAMA Ontario 


Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 12:30 PM 
Thursday, March 28, 2019 at 5:00 PM 

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Country Heritage Park - The Puslinch Hall 
8560 Tremaine Road
Milton, ON L9T 2Y3

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CAMA Ontario Agronomy 101

The purpose of Agronomy 101 is to provide attendees (who may have little to no ag background), a very basic understanding of agriculture and food production (crop protection, technology advancements, yearly cycles and current issues/concerns).  The overall goal is to increase participant awareness of agriculture and offer them personal insight into the industry from a variety of perspectives (grower, retailer, and agronomist.)

This half-day event will take place on Thursday, March 28 at the Milton Country Heritage Park with an expected 65 agri-marketers, communicators and professionals in attendance.  

Date:  Thursday, March 28, 2019

Location:  Milton Country Heritage Park - The Puslinch Hall

Schedule of Events
12:30pm  Registration & Networking
12:50pm  Welcome & Introductions
1:00pm     "On the Ground" - An Agronomist Perspective, Ken Currah, BASF

2:00pm     "From The Shed" - A Retailer Perspective, Aaron Breimer, Veritas Farm Business Management 
3:00pm    Coffee break
  "In The Field" - A Growers Perspective, Anita Burnett, Burnett Farms
5:00pm     Conclusion of Agronomy 101 event

Cost (includes GST)
CAMA members:  $99
Non-members:  $129

Credit card payments, cheque and cash accepted at the event.

Thanks to our sponsors!