Ontario soil and crop improvement association (OSCIA), founded in 1939, is a unique not-for-profit farm organization. Our dedicated membership has significant representation in all commodity groups across the province.
53 county/district associations encompassed by 11 Regions make up OSCIA’s network of innovative producers.
Field days, crop tours and local workshops are organized locally to introduce new methods of crop and soil management.
Farmers, working with farmers has been the motto of OSCIA for decades.
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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.