There are lots of tools are available to food operators over the Internet.
- The Food and Agriculture Advisory Council of SDG, Cornwall and Akwesasne published its report and findings to develop a local food economy in the region.
- Growing Eastern Ontario Organically with Canadian Organic Growers.
- The Just Food organization in Ottawa works on equitable food systems and solutions for rural and urban food challenges.
- The Association of Municipalities of Ontario published a comprehensive guide to best practices in developing the local food sector.
Are you looking for work in agri-food? Is your farm or business looking for workers?
- Your first step to finding work in agri-food in eastern Ontario is to peruse the local food asset map, read about the agri-food operators that are of most interest to you and contact them directly.
- Through webinars, agri-training opportunities and virtual career fairs, Feeding Your Future allows candidates to learn more about agriculture, enter the workforce feeling prepared and confident and bridges the gap to new employers and job opportunities.
- The Union des cultivateurs franco-ontariens offers an online job board.
- Ag Careers is a province-wide location for employers and workers to meet each other and check out opportunities. And they have a page more closely focussed on eastern Ontario.
- Good Work is Canada's green job site, featuring jobs in the environmental sector. Their sister site Food Work focusses on job opportunities in the sustainable, ecological and organic agriculture and food sectors.
- The government of Canada has a job bank of general farm workers around Ottawa.