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Agriculture Canada

Canadian Association of Farm Advisors The Canadian Association of Farm Advisors (CAFA) is a national,non-profit professional organization dedicated to helping farm business by increasing the skills and knowledge of farm advisors. CAFA members, include among others: accountants, lawyers, financial planners, bankers, insurance agents, home economists, family coaches, real estate agents, agrologists and farmers. Since January 2001, CAFA has developed local chapters across the country-from BC through to Ontario. The local chapters hold monthly meetings that offer members an opportunity to learn about a variety of topics that farm advisors need to know, such as new government policy, agricultural issues that impact the advice they provide and further enrich their own resources by learning from the expertise that members from other disciplines can share. In addition to the educational aspect, meetings offer networking opportunities with other professionals dealing with farm clients.

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