Agricultural businesses, potentially including vineyards, farm markets, "you pick" farms, livestock auctions, livestock breeders, seed farms, tree farms, commercial nurseries (i.e., producing nursery stock for sale to retailers), turf farms, agricultural equipment suppliers, and similar businesses.
Not to be confused with Science_and_Environment/Agriculture, which is for geographically focused information, such as "How to grow wine grapes in Elbonia."
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Forest Safety Society
The society works to reduce forestry-related accidents and the associated costs to workers and employers. Presents goals, objectives, program schedule, contact information and an e-mail request for information form.
Horticulture Nova Scotia
A not for profit organization representing the vegetable, strawberry, raspberry and bramble growers of Nova Scotia. Offers organization background, consumer information, conferences, links and contact details.
Integrated Pest Management
Identifies, monitors and assesses forest insect populations and forest disease conditions. PDF-format circulars available on pests.
Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture
Mandated to develop the agricultural resources of the province. Offers organizational information, details of programs and services, legal resources and event list.
Nova Scotia Egg Producers
Provides the promotion, control and regulation of eggs and pullets in the province. Recipes, contact information and conferences.
Nova Scotia Government: Organic Composting Facilities
Regulations and contact information for composting facilities throughout Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia Institute of Agrologists
The institute monitors professionals working in the province's agri-food industry. Defines agrology and lists coming events, the council, membership and newsletters.
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