Get the “Real Dirt on Farming”
If you missed the Globe and Mail insert in Saturday’s paper, you can view a copy online.
The Real Dirt on Farming booklet is designed to connect you with the food you eat, and introduce you to some of Canada’s farm families. This booklet provides basic facts on topics such as the difference between growing crops conventionally and organically, pesticide use, animal housing and animal welfare, environmental sustainability, technology used in farming as well as many other subjects that you have indicated are important to you. The goal of this book is to help you make informed decisions about the food you’re serving your family.
Speaking of dirt, get the dirt on field crops.