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The Ontario Institute of Agrologists is where professionals across the agricultural, agri-food and environmental sectors connect - with news, ideas, research and with each other. We connect online and through regional events, and we never stop learning.
We are Professional Agrologists (P.Ags) and we are committed to integrity, competence and objectivity, working in the best interest of the public, the environment and the sustainability of the agricultural industry. We work across the industry in several scopes:
- Animal Science
- Plant Science
- Soil Science
- Agr-food & Nutrition
- Agricultural Engineering
- Agriculture Environment & Ecology
- Agri-Business, Communications, Economics, Finance & Services
To obtain a P.Ag designation, members must have completed a 4-year degree program in their scope of practice and undergo a 1-2 year articling process in which they are mentored and complete Professional Development plan, a Professionalism & Ethics course and a presentation to an OIA branch meeting.
To maintain the P.Ag designation, members are responsible for pursing continuous education and logging their Professional Development hours.