Calling All Hop Growers for Priority Setting Workshops

Growing_Hops_Ontario_Logo_5 with shadingAll Ontario hop growers are invited to participate in one of two hop research and service priority setting workshops.

The sessions will focus on brainstorming research and service priorities to provide direction on future activities related to the development of the Ontario hop industry.

The workshops will be held via conference call and WebEx.

Please RSVP to the Agricultural Information Contact Centre (AICC) ( Tel: 1.877.424.1300 or by email: for one of the two dates listed below:

Saturday, November 29, 9am-11am


Wednesday, December 3, 7pm-9pm

Upon registration, you will receive two documents to assist with the meetings: a) outline of priority setting process and example of a priority document; and b) a research and service priority form to get you thinking about the issues that matter the most to you.

Please complete the Research and Service Priority Form and return to Evan Elford ( prior to your scheduled workshop.

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2 Responses to Calling All Hop Growers for Priority Setting Workshops

  1. jimmanderson says:

    Is this meeting invitation open to input suppliers? If so count me in on behalf of Syngenta Canada for the Sat Morning. Please send details to log in.

    • Evan Elford says:

      Hi Jim,
      Yes, this meeting is open to input suppliers if working with hop growers/hop industry in the province. As per the meeting notice, please register through the AICC at 1.877.424.1300 or Upon registration you will receive the log-in/call-in details and two documents from the AICC which will assist in preparation for the meeting.

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