Trillium Foundation Grant for Agricultural Conesrvation Projects

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Agricultural producers in Ontario will soon have more opportunities to establish ALUS conservation projects on their farms, thanks to a $695,900 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF). Ontario Nature’s executive director Caroline Schultz and ALUS Canada’s CEO Bryan Gilvesy announced the grant on Tuesday. “We are so pleased that OTF has reaffirmed their commitment to ALUS as an excellent way to protect […]

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