Actively seeking, testing and adopting optimal farm production and stewardship practices.
Facilitate responsible economic management of soil, water, air and crops through development and communication of innovative farming practices.
- Producer Awareness
- Development and Delivery of Stewardship Programs
- Local Association Development
- Strategic Alliances and Addressing Consumer Concerns
The Association is represented by more than 50 local county and district branches across the province and is a significant presence in all the major agricultural areas of Ontario.
OSCIA is a member of Agricultural Adaptation Council, Farm & Food Care Ontario, Ontario Agri-Food Education, Ontario Agri-Food Technologies, Ontario Forage Council, and the Soil Conservation Council of Canada.