Huron County’s a Tale of Two Conferences
Huron County, The Canadian Centre for Rural Creativity (CCRC) and OMAFRA will be digging deep into topics centered on timely agriculture and rural issues throughout the month of November.
The 2020 Rural Talks to Rural (R2R) conference will offer lunch hour and evening sessions engaging thought leaders from Huron County and around the globe to discuss topics, both practical and visionary. Sessions run daily from November 16th – November 28th.
The Annual Municipal Economic Development and Planning Forum (Agri-Food Forum) offers 2, ½ day sessions for municipal councilors, economic development and planning practitioners and agri-food stakeholders to explore opportunities for growth in the ag sector along the value chain. Sessions on November 18th and 19th will explore best practices, offer tools and resources and invite participants to discuss ways to inspire innovation and growth in the Ag sector while supporting vibrant rural communities.
Attending both R2R and the Agri-Food Forum offers participants an opportunity to look locally and explore visionary global topics centered on the Ag sector and rural community sustainability and growth. Participants will enjoy extending these important conversations throughout the month of November and beyond.
Vicki Lass @OMAFRA
Peter Smith @ CCRC