The Greater Toronto Area Agricultural Action Committee (GTA AAC) and its partners, the Region of Niagara and City of Hamilton are developing a ten year action plan for agriculture in the Golden Horseshoe and Holland Marsh regions of Ontario. The study reviews demographics, economic impact, and trends in production, interviews key agri-businesses, and explores a number of emerging opportunities for this near urban agricultural area. The co-existence of agriculture and urbanization to the mutual benefit of both is a key emerging issue in the City and Greater Toronto Area.
Conservation Foundation of Greater Toronto /Greater Toronto Area Agriculture Action Committee
Agriculture and Agri-Food Strategy for the Golden Horseshoe and Holland Marsh
$15,000 - May 20, 2010
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