The Agrifood sector is a key part of the economy in Grey Bruce and its future holds both challenges and innovation.
From a significant labour shortage to automation and tech savvy farms, to trying to pass a farm on to the next generation, there is plenty to talk about.
If you're working in the Agrifood sector and you haven't shared your views on the industry with Grey County tonight is your chance.
Grey County is holding a meeting on a regional Agrifood study tonight (Nov 29th) to go over the findings of over 270 in-depth surveys and interviews that have already been conducted with local agrifood businesses in Grey Bruce and Simcoe.
Grey County Economic Development officer Philly Markowitz says it's a chance for anyone in the business who didn't take part in the survey to give feedback and it's an opportunity to clarify and expand on what matters to people working in the sector.
The meeting is set to be held at Klages Mill and Gardens 11 1st Ave. N, Chesley
Thursday, November 29th from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.