KEMPTVILLE — For the first time in two years, the Ontario Agricultural Conference will welcome back in-person attendees in Kemptville, Waterloo and Ridgetown in January. But act fast if you want to physically attend the revived tradition: Seating is limited and registration for in-person participants closes Dec. 13 at ontarioagconference.ca
However, virtual attendance remains an option for those who have acquired a taste for streamed, online sessions during the pandemic. Registration for the virtual version closes Dec. 31st.
In Eastern Ontario, the conference runs Jan. 4 at the North Grenville Municipal Centre in Kemptville. In southwestern Ontario, it runs Jan. 4 in Waterloo and Ridgetown, along with a second day in Ridgetown, Jan. 5.
Fifty-three sessions on a variety of cropping topics will be presented. Those attending in person will see the speakers either live on stage or else on screen in real-time or prerecorded video. All sessions will remain available for viewing as online videos until March 31st.
See the full schedule and costs below: