Consultation sign up for local farmers and agricultural businesses
Lambton Federation of Agriculture and Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership are working on a project in Lambton County to connect with the agriculture community and to grow and strengthen the local agricultural producers and agri-businesses.
We are looking for farm businesses to engage in a FREE consultation meeting.
The consultant is interested in hearing from you on
- how your agri-business can be supported,
- what information you need,
- what barriers you have
- and other concerns you may have.
Participating in a consultation for this project means that you will:
- Have an opportunity to share your ideas to improve the business environment in Sarnia-Lambton for the agri-food sector
- Share opportunities and challenges related to your own business operation
- Receive follow up information and resources related to questions that may come up during the meeting
(Information related to applicable funding programs, recommended contacts, or other resources to address business development challenges)
The meeting should take about an hour.
If you want to take part in a meeting please REGISTER your information and preferred time with us.
If you have any questions on this project, please feel free to reach out to Shauna Carr, Project Coordinator, [email protected] or 519-332-1820.
This is a great opportunity to access information that you may not know about and help reduce some barriers that you may be feeling.
We look forward to your participation.
These consultations will be offered through October, November and December, 2021.
Local farmers and agricultural businesses are encouraged to participate in a complimentary consultation meeting with an industry specialist to address areas of concern that may be affecting their business.
They will receive follow-up support and direction on how to remove the barriers through programs and direction they may not be aware of.
The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs. The project is funded in part by the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs.