Action committee revamps administration

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Greater Toronto Agricultural Action Committee parts ways with its executive director.


There is a strong overdue need for more action and much less policy in most of agriculture today. The objectives of the Greenbelt were to be econimically neutral and science based Boundaries drawn on raods was never science based. The Richard Vyn report and the David Suzuki report both indicate that the greenbelt has missed its objective on the sustainable and economic front. The action committee has taken 2 yrs to organize it's self and find an office location. This is hardly enough action with far too much focus on the political and policy side.

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