The School of Environmental Design and Rural Development is happy to bring together international and Ontario perspectives on “What’s holding up advancing agricultural advisory services?” In each of the three-part discussion series, several remarkable persons (international and Canadian scholars and practitioners) with diverse perspectives and backgrounds will join us to share their experiences with different aspects of agricultural advisory services and what we might do better for effective service delivery.
It is an excellent opportunity for anyone who wants to learn and contribute to the understanding of extension and advisory service in facilitating agricultural innovation and development processes in Ontario and beyond. Each part will feature various activities, such as panel and focus group discussions.
See the full description of the series . The first part of the series will focus on structure, coordination and collaboration of different stakeholders in emerging extension and advisory service delivery landscapes.