Manitobans are invited to learn more about family farms and local food this Sunday as part of the sixth annual Open Farm Day.
The Open Farm Day Coordinator with the Manitoba Association of Agricultural Societies says the annual Open Farm Celebration in Manitoba is all about giving the public a chance to learn more about where their food comes from.
Thirty-seven Manitoba farms will open their doors to the public this Sunday as part of the province’s annual “Open Farm Day” celebration.
Members of the public will have the opportunity learn about Manitoba’s hog industry and how food gets from the farm to their plates as the Bruce D. Campbell Farm and Food Discovery Centre observes Open Farm Day in Manitoba.
The University of Manitoba’s Bruce D. Campbell Farm and Food Discovery Centre will observe Open Farm Day in Manitoba with a host of special activities.
The Manitoba government is encouraging farmers to participate in the sixth annual Open Farm Day to share information about the diversity and importance of the province’s farms while also showcasing local foods.
Agriculture, Food and Rural Development Minister Ron Kostyshyn reminds Manitobans that by attending the fifth annual Open Farm Day on Sunday, Sept. 21, families can experience the proud tradition of farm life and learn all about the province’s $5.3-billion agricultural industry.
Manitobans are reminded they will have the opportunity to get a first-hand look at agriculture this weekend as part of the fourth annual Open Farm Day on Sunday, Sept. 15.
Manitoba’s farm families are encouraged to register as hosts for the fourth annual Open Farm Day, an event that connects the public with farmers for a hands-on experience to help them gain a better understanding of the agriculture industry and of where their food comes from.