Farming: The Next Generation

With an average age of 55, Canadian farmers are getting older. At the same time, more importance has been placed on local food systems. The next generation of farmers will shoulder the burden of Canada’s future food security—and are inheriting a system that has much room for improvement. In fact, with the imminent retirement of the old guard, many without a succession plan, we are at a pivotal crossroads in Canadian agriculture. What and how this new generation choose to farm now and in the coming years will have huge implications on the future of food, climate, and community in Canada.

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