Noble efforts have been made to try bringing rural and urban Canadians closer. And now, with the Trans Pacific Partnership being signed, expect those efforts to intensify. Agricultural journalists and communications professionals are paying attention to this imperative. “Fixing Fences: Bridging the Rural-Urban Divide” was the theme of the 60th annual Canadian Farm Writers’ Federation meeting in Calgary last month. Organizers worked hard to build a quality two-day program that would offer up ways to draw city and country closer together, a challenge that greatly affects farmers, and one that the federation has watched grow steadily for decades. When organizers…
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