By Allan Benner, The Standard – Sunday, August 27, 2017 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed to protect Canada’s agriculture and wine industries during NAFTA renegotiations following a tour of Niagara College’s winery Saturday morning. Representatives of the region’s wine industry have expressed concerns after the U.S. identified greater access to the Canadian wine market among … Learn More >>

Posted on August 23, 2017 by Michael Wales in “Inside NC“ The world awaits Niagara College winemaker Gavin Robertson. The NC Teaching Winery head winemaker, vineyard coordinator and instructor – who is also a graduate of the College’s Winery and Viticulture technician program (2011) – was among four applicants recently selected for Nuffield Canada’s scholarship … Learn More >>

Country Guide East ( Feb. 14, 2017 by Becky Parker Here’s how to inspire and recruit the next generation of ag employees What do you want to be when you grow up?” It’s a common question that adults ask young people. Popular answers include pro athlete, doctor or lawyer, or you might just get a … Learn More >> – Jan. 3, 2017 – by Kristina Polziehn Nuffield Canada’s main mission is to foster agricultural leadership and personal development through international travel and study. Each year, Nuffield Canada awards three or four scholarships to Canadian individuals with a passion for agriculture, for the sole purpose of travel and study. As a recipient of … Learn More >>

In WGRF Research Review Nuffield scholar gains global insights “Farmers need to be excited about craft beer,” says Matt Hamill. “It uses three to seven times more barley per beer than macro beer.” It’s knowing that kind of statistic and seeing that kind of potential for Canadian barley growers, and wanting to capitalize on it, … Learn More >>