The sun sets on Farmers Feed Cities

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Opinion

If you have any Farmers Feed Cities memorabilia hanging around, treat it with respect. As of Monday, it became collectible. Just as the first ever Local Food Week was getting underway in Ontario, Farmers Feed Cities, one of the most successful agriculture awareness programs in recent memory, wound down. The Grain Farmers of Ontario (GFO), which in a previous incarnation helped get the campaign off the ground nearly 10 years ago then officially took ownership of it when GFO formed in 2008, say it needs a new campaign, one that is more aligned with its particular interests. In that light,…

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