As a continuation of the UN Food Systems Summit’s engagement with producer groups and the Action Track Public Forums, the Summit Secretariat will host three Producer Public Forums each catering to different time zones.
This Forum caters to North and South America times zones.
The Forum will have representatives from the Action Tracks, Food Systems Summit Dialogues and key producer groups engaged in the Summit process to provide an overall introduction and update. Participants will be invited to reflect on current Summit progress and share their thoughts and feedbacks on producer engagement.
Producers are at the center of our food systems. We look forward to hearing from you and working with you all to transform our food systems towards 2030.
Moderator: Welcome with a brief technical briefing (2 mins)
1. Welcome and introduction (15 mins)
2. Progress on UNFSS Action Tracks (AT) (45 mins)
3. Updates on Food Systems Summit Dialogues (24 mins)
4. Open Feedback and Q&A (30 mins)
5. Closing remarks (4 mins)
Talk It Out is an expansion of Do More Ag’s Community Fund. With our commitment to change the culture of mental health in agriculture, we are proud to bring you this free opportunity to join your peers every second Wednesday to chat about mental health, and ask any questions you may have with our moderator.
The Talk It Out sessions will be led by mental health professional Lauren, we invite you to join us to talk more, ask more, and listen more, about mental health.
Lauren Van Ewyk is an engaging speaker, registered social worker, foster mom and agricultural mental health advocate. She also lives and works on an active family farm with her husband in Ontario.
Talk it Out is proudly presented by Farm Credit Canada.
May 5, 2021, 06:00 PM CST
May 19, 2021, 06:00 PM CST
Jun 2, 2021, 06:00 PM CST
Jun 16, 2021 06:00 PM CST
Jun 30, 2021, 06:00 PM CST
Jul 14, 2021, 06:00 PM CST
Jul 28, 2021, 06:00 PM CST
An event designed to promote connection, wellness and self-care for youth in grades 7-12.
Mental Health Awareness is a 45 minute to 1 hour online session on achieving personal balance. Finding this balance can be an ongoing learning process, especially during a pandemic. This workshop breaks down common misconceptions surrounding mental health, mental illness and stigma, while providing a preventative approach in adapting to COVID-19 and social isolation.
The fifth annual Animal Nutrition Conference of Canada will take place May 10-14, 2021 via an interactive virtual event platform. This virtual experience will resemble the feeling of attending an on-site conference with different areas for networking, promotions and information-sharing.
The Canadian Cattlemen’s Association (CCA) and MNP welcome you to a virtual webinar to discuss the recently announced changes to the AgriStability program and what this means for Canadian cattle producers.
This webinar is free of charge and held via Zoom. The event will be hosted by CCA’s Brady Stadnicki and will feature Steve Funk and Marvin Slingerland from MNP. Get your questions ready! A Q&A session will take place following their presentation.
Understanding the 2020 to 2022 AgriStability Changes: An Overview for Cattle Producers Tuesday, May 11, 2021 6 – 7 p.m. MT
The Alltech ONE Ideas Conference returns virtually to unite thought leaders and change makers for an exploration of the power of science, sustainability and storytelling. Unlock exclusive access to insights from leading experts in agri-food, business and beyond.
A decision will be made on May 17 regarding the time and location. If restrictions do not allow for an in-person event, the AGM will be done in an online format.
The purpose of this meeting is to:
The Canadian Beef Check-Off Agency Annual General Meeting is held each year, where the Agency reports on the administration and investment of check-off dollars for the year, and where appointed delegates conduct the business of the Agency including election of the Agency Board, resolution debate and more. The AGM is open to all stakeholders free of charge.