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How to join the NFU-O in 2015

To transfer your Farm Business Registration (FBR) payment to a membership, please email, fax, or mail the NFU-O office with the name on your FBR form, your FBR number, your phone number, and a note requesting that your FBR fee be applied to a membership.


Protecting our Pollinators Protects our Farms, says NFU-O

(Guelph, ON) – The National Farmers Union in Ontario (NFU-O) welcomes today’s announcement by Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Honourable Glen Murray, that Ontario will introduce new regulations to reduce the overuse of neonicotinoid insecticides in agricultural practices in … Continue reading

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Response to the Great Lakes Protection Act, 2015

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Response to Climate Change Discussion Paper 2015

To download and view the NFUO’s response to the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change’s discussion paper, click here.

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Precautionary approach, support for farmers vital to neonic strategy, says NFU

(DENFIELD) – The National Farmers Union in Ontario has submitted comments on the discussion paper Pollinator Health – A Proposal for Enhancing Pollinator Health and Reducing the Use of Neonicotinoid Pesticides in Ontario. The NFU supports the Ontario government’s initiative … Continue reading

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Pollinator Health EBR Submission

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Why I Joined the National Farmers Union – Ontario

By Julie Fleischauer Golden Acres Farm I joined the National Farmers Union-Ontario because out of all the important issues facing our farming communities at this time there were a few that finally hit home for me. When I decided that … Continue reading

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2015 Region 3 (Ontario) Convention/NFU-O Annual Meeting

Friday, March 6 and Saturday, March 7, 2015 Waterloo, ON Friday, March 6 The Family Farm documentary screening, 7:00 p.m. Princess Cinema, 6 Princess St. W., Waterloo A trailer is available at: http://rotatingplanet.com/ Tickets are $10 at the door. The … Continue reading

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Key Points for the Public Consultation on Pollinator Health

Key Points from the National Farmers Union for the Public Consultation Pollinator Health: A Proposal for Enhancing Pollinator Health and Reducing the Use of Neonicotinoid Pesticides in Ontario EBR Registry: 012-3068 Background: On November 25, 2014, the Ontario Ministry of … Continue reading

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Media Release: Environmental Commissioner’s Annual Report Highlights Key Issues for Agricultural Sector says NFU-O

October 10, 2014                                                                     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Environmental Commissioner’s Annual Report Highlights Key Issues for Agricultural Sector says NFU-O (DENFIELD) – The NFU-O is delighted that the Annual Report released this week from Gord Miller the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario has … Continue reading

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Neonicotinoid Licensing System Encouraging, says NFU-O

For Immediate Release (DENFIELD, ON) – The National Farmers Union in Ontario welcomes Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Hon. Jeff Leal’s recent announcement that Ontario intends to bring in measures to move away from the widespread, prophylactic use … Continue reading

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