Last week Ontario Greens leader Mike Schreiner joined Ontario Greens candidate for Dufferin-Caledon Laura Campbell for a tour of Dufferin-Caledon.

Schreiner and Campbell visited GoodLot Farmstead Brewing Co., an organic hop farm that operates using climate smart, regenerative farming — meaning they sequester more carbon than they emit.

“We can create good, clean jobs that are good for the local economy and can help tackle the climate crisis,” Mike Schreiner said. “Climate action is job action. It’s as simple as that.”

As part of their Roadmap to Net-Zero climate plan, Ontario Greens say they will invest $1 billion into climate-smart and regenerative agriculture to support farms like GoodLot, as well as establish a $4 billion Climate Bank to help green businesses commercialize and scale climate solutions.”

“GoodLot is a great example of the many local farms and green businesses here in the Dufferin-Caledon community,” Laura Campbell said. “Supporting farms like GoodLot means supporting people and planet. Protecting farmland means protecting the 873,000 jobs in the food and farmer sector and the sector’s $50 billion contribution to our economy.”

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