Who We Are
Being part of a network means peer support to those “early adopters” that innovate with wild ideas in their back fields; building the confidence to bring them to the road-side.
This network emboldens the innovative individual and gives them a shared experience to support their efforts in reaching the majority. By linking and supporting these individuals across the province under a common objective, they’re able to bring the resources of the whole organization back to their community networks in the individualized ways that are needed. The people in the network are respected amongst their peers and their actions carry so much weight. They speak the right language and the ears that their words fall on are ready and willing to listen. All in all, the soil network supports the right people to be thought leaders because they will be the force that popularizes soil conservation.
Our network mentors receive leadership and presentation skills training to host events, participate in advertisement campaigns, present at large agricultural events, participate in research and much more!
Healthy soils, farms and families – today and forever.
Farmers talking to farmers, using the strength of the network to support lasting adoption of sustainable practices, for an environmentally and financially sound future.
Our Founding Sponsors
The following sponsors have been vital to the creation and successful launch of the Ontario Soil Network as an organization. We are grateful for their contributions and guidance, and look forward to bringing value to Ontario’s agricultural industry as a result of their involvement.
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Southwest Regional Update
The Southwest Crew continue to challenge themselves to have conversations and share information in their communities. Their activities have included assisting in organizing a Soil Health and Water Quality workshop with LTVCA in Ridgetown this past August; hosting successful field… Read More
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Where To Find Us
Ontario Soil Network Headquarters
Rural Ontario Institute
109 Unit B Northumberland St.
Guelph, ON N1H 3B1