Take Back Control of Your Farm :
Creating Space with Greenhouse Automation
March 13 2024 - 19h to 20h30
Join Guillaume Lambert, an expert in greenhouse optimization, and Luke Sheldrick from Terramor Farm, as they delve into how greenhouse automation can enhance profitability for small-scale farms in 2024 by creating more operational space for farmers.
This webinar will open the door to the real advantages and challenges of such systems as represented by an Ontario farmer as well as ORISHA. It can be easy to dismiss automation as something that is only possible for large-scale businesses, but thinking this way might be stopping you from accessing a worthwhile tool for operating your business better. Bring your questions about automation to the session.
Attendees will gain precise insights and hear a fellow market gardener’s perspective on the impacts and process of automation.
Owner and Market gardener
Terramor Farm, Burnstown, ON
Regain Control of Your Farm: Fundamentals for Farm Profitability
(Part 1) February 7th 2024 - 12 pm
(Part 2) February 14th 2024 - 12 pm
This workshop, in collaboration with the Market Gardener's Institute, will help you "Regain Control of Your Farm by Mastering Finances."
Guillaume Lambert, an expert in greenhouse optimization, will discuss the "Fundamentals for Farm Profitability," sharing his insights on how to stay in business, reduce stress, and be in control. You'll learn about the crucial tools, the three most important skills for farming, and the distinction between good and bad debt.
This workshop provides all the essential knowledge you need to make your farm profitable and achieve financial stability quickly. It can be easy!
Using the Lean System to Earn a Comfortable Living on a Farm
In this workshop, Ben Hartman, author of The Lean Farm, will explain concepts from the Japanese-based lean system that he and his wife Rachel use to earn a living on 1/3 acre of land. Specific topics covered will include: using 5S to organize a farm, how to precisely identify value, the 7 mudas (wastes), and kaizen (continuous improvement). Ben will offer concrete tips that farms of any size and type can start applying right away. Lean is a production system that originated in Japanese production and is now widely used in all types of industries.
Greenhouse Climate in Winter
Growing vegetables in winter requires a little work. The climatic management inside the greenhouse can be hard at first. We can help you better understand your energy needs, costs and potential returns. Humidity management, heating and ventilation will also be discuss in this webinar.
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