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Information from the United Way of Chatham-Kent during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Todays Guest: Phil Mock, CK Prosperity Round Table Todays Topic: How To apply for EI & COVID Supports.
Steve Pratt, CEO United Way of Chatham-Kent hosts a daily show how our non profits are helping those in need during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Chatham-Kent Council discusses another update on Covid-19 Coronavirus
Erie Shore Drive Update,
April Rietdyk. General Manager, Health & Family Services at Municipality of Chatham-Kent and Dr. David Colby, Chief Medical Officer at Municipality of Chatham-Kent, give a report about the status of the Covid-19 Coronavirus in Chatham-Kent Recorded: March 13, 2020
Dr. Peter Sikkema, a resident of Ridgetown is recognized as a world leader in weed management in corn, soybean, and cereals to maximize crop yield and net returns for growers; more recently Peter has focused on the control of herbicide-resistant weeds.
Dr. Norman Bradner will always be recognized within the Canadian Seed Industry by his peers and locally within Chatham-Kent seed soybean growers and commercial producers, as the “father of private soybean breeding in Canada”. Representing him was his Daughter Becky Hall and Grant Craven
Dianne Flook is a resident of Raleigh Township and is well known for advocating sustainable farming practices, and for creating a better understanding and appreciation of agriculture and farming practices. She is an environmentalist, an agriculturalist, a sylviculturist, and a conservationist.