Agricultural land on the Island must be nurtured, farmers say

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Ramzy Kassouf recently appeared in two videos produced by the Union des producteurs agricoles (UPA) which spoke to the importance of preserving and nurturing the 2047 hectares of remaining agricultural land on Montreal Island - the majority of which are found in Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Senneville and Île-Bizard. Kassouf appeared with Paul Meldrum from the dairy farm on McGill University's Macdonald campus, Claude and Jean-Simon Théorêt from the Jardins Claude Théorêt vegetable farm in Île-Bizard and Samuel Bergeron and Pierre Liné from Ferme du Santropole Roulant in Senneville.

Montreal Gazette