Soup & Sandwich

The Langford Schoolhouse is hosting a Soup and Sandwich day

"50 ways to love your Liver" talk by N.D. Richard Tunstall 

Sunday July 30th from 12 pm - 2 pm, don't miss out! 


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Job: Local Organic Farming & Farmland Protection Champion

Position: Organic Farming and Farmland Protection Champion
Terms: $17.50/hr, flexible hours, 8 months / optional on-site housing at minimal cost

Location: Brantford, Ontario (accommodation provided at minimal cost)

The Langford Conservancy works with Sustainable Brant and Hearts Content Organic Farm to protect farmland and support organic farming.

Must have graduated from a community college or university (in any discipline), be 30 years or younger, not in receipt of EI, and be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident or person who has been granted refugee status in Canada. Supportive of organic farming and farmland protection philosophy.

The position involves:

  1. organic farming, and the preparation of value-added foods and herbal remedies,
  2. helping with planning, promoting and running community workshops and events related to organic farming, value-added food preparation, agri-tourism, medicinal and edible plants, creating an inclusive organic farming community and farmland protection,
  3. helping with book-keeping and fundraising to support the protection of farmland, and
  4. research and writing on the above topics.




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Take Action: Protect and Grow our Greenbelt


Image from Ontario Farmland Trust

Premier Kathleen Wynne and her Cabinet are about to make a final decision on the updated Greenbelt and Growth Plans. They have a big choice to make: protect farmland, water sources, and natural areas in and around the Greenbelt, or allow developers to pave over these areas for years to come.

This is our last chance to let the Premier and MPPs know that Ontarians support clean water and local food. Please add your voice and help push back against powerful interests lobbying to roll back these hard-earned protections.

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Bike/Canoe Trips; Farm Stays


Have you explored the Trans-Canada rail trail between Hamilton and Brantford yet? Have you paddled the Grand River by canoe or kayak?  The Langford Conservancy promotes eco-cultural tourism as part of its mission to protect local archeological, natural and cultural heritage. Over the years, we have partnered with various organizations (Paris to Ancaster bike race, Ontario by Bike, Environment Hamilton, Grand Experiences) to host cycling events, cycling and medicinal/edible plant walks, and canoe events.  

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