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Membership Information

If you are involved in agriculture and are interested in learning about agricultural management practices, we invite you to join your local Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association.

Memberships usually run from December to December each year.  Contact your local soil and crop Secretary for details on membership fees.

Benefits to membership are many:

  • Attending farm demonstrations
  • Discounts on selected agricultural conferences and shows
  • Receiving quarterly newsletters that highlight local project results, new technology and production issues
  • Learning from workshops, twilight tours and annual meetings
  • Sharing and testing new ideas, answering questions, increasing confidence in project results and accessing supporting funds
  • Participating in local and regional projects
  • Applying for available grant dollars for on-farm demonstrations and trials
  • Participating in Yield and Forage Masters Competitions
  • Attending farm project demonstrations
  • Accessing trial results for soil and crop management across Ontario

Influence and direct agricultural policy and research:

  • OSCIA has producer representation on 10 Ontario Research Committees addressing crop, soil and pest management issues.

The Association is a member of 8 Standing Committees including:

To purchase a membership, contact the secretary in your county.

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Ottawa Rideau SCIA

Serving Lanark, Leeds, Grenville, Frontenac, Renfrew & Ottawa-Carleton

Heartland Soil and Crop Improvement Association

Representing farmers in Huron, Perth, Waterloo and Wellington Counties.

Golden Horseshoe Soil & Crop Improvement Association

The volunteer organization representing the Ontario Soil & Crop Improvement Association (OSCIA) members in the counties/regions of Brant, Haldimand, Halton, Niagara North, Niagara South, Norfolk, Peel and Wentworth.

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