Whether you’re looking to start a career in organic agriculture, transition to more sustainable farming practices, or stay on top of the latest organic methods, these educational opportunities offer something for everyone.
Our Soil Health Series features virtual farm tours and conversations with producers around the province.
Free, self-directed courses on nitrogen management, cover cropping and grazing systems, plus opportunities to network and learn from your peers.
A four to six-month experiential learning program designed for aspiring farmers, environmental educators, gardeners, and anyone interested in applying knowledge about sustainable agriculture and food systems.
The only agriculture program in Canada that has a complete 4-year degree curriculum focused on organic production.
From the Organic Agriculture Centre of Canada, a list of other Canadian universities and colleges with organic programs.
Organic land care courses designed for anyone interested in sustainable land management practices, from backyard and community gardeners to professional landscapers. Courses are offered online, and in-person when circumstances permit.
Stay current on issues, overcome challenges, and achieve your business and production goals.
Webinars and courses from Canada’s national organic farmer and consumer association.
Focuses on investigating the food system from all angles, creating a space to ask fundamental questions on how we can increase resiliency in the food system both during and after COVID-19.
Informative webinars from COTA’s Organic Week celebrations and annual Organic Summits.
Podcast series from the Prairie Organic Grain Initiative, covering weed management, organic transitioning, grain marketing, and more.
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