More than 75% of new farmers are women, who settle on small areas, often less than one hectare in cultivation. In a fair world, all farmers would be given a voice when it comes to succession. Unfortunately, the fact is that husbands or male peers are very often invited to speak in the media on the issue of succession or new agriculture. Read the full article by Jean-Eudes Chiasson in French here.
FREDERICTON, June 6, 2023- Agriculture NB is pleased to announce the launch of New Brunswick’s first Mental Health and Farm Safety Initiative for the agriculture sector, and the appointment of
Farmers across New Brunswick are increasingly feeling the impacts of climate change from more frequent and extreme severe weather events. We all remember the 2020 drought and its warning of
To: Minister Margaret Johnson CC: MLA’s On behalf of: Agricultural Alliance of New Brunswick, Common Front for Social Justice, Conservation Council of NB, Dairy Farmers of New Brunswick, Green Light