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The Eastern Ontario Agri-Food Network (EOAN) is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to supporting the development, growth and sustainability of local food and agriculture initiatives in Eastern Ontario. The EOAN operates in Prescott-Russell, Stormont Dundas & Glengarry, Cornwall, and the Ontario portion of Akwesasne.


Build comprehensive and meaningful connections between consumers and agrifood partners through dynamic promotional initiatives.

Expand Network membership by widely promoting who we are and how we can help.

Capacity Building

Connect agri-food partners with the support, training, and resources they need to thrive.

Strengthen organizational capacity to ensure Network sustainability and success.


Understand the realities of our members and act as their champion in matters of sector development.

Position the Network as an invaluable sector leader, worthy of investment.

Promoting Member Products and Services

Shopping locally, especially for food and beverage does wonders. Discover the great food and beverages, the unique flavours, and the beautiful people behind it all.

Buying local food builds the local economy for mutual prosperity. It supports small scale family farms and food artisans. It grounds you in local identity and flavours. It creates bonds and relationships between producers and consumers.

Visit the EOAN’s promotional website, Savour East Ontario.

Become a Member

Let’s make our region a great place to live, work, play, and visit with wonderful farmers and food artisans, great regional flavours, and memorable experiences.

Membership includes:

  • Support and growth opportunities through our vast network.
  • Participation in cooperative marketing strategies such a food asset mapping and farm tours.
  • Participation in regional meetings, events, training, social events.

News and Updates

AgriInnovate Program

The program provides repayable contributions to incent targeted commercialization, demonstration and/or adoption of commercial-ready innovative technologies and processes that increase agricultural and agri-food sector competitiveness and sustainability benefits.

AgriScience Program

The AgriScience Program, under the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership (Sustainable CAP), aims to accelerate innovation by providing funding and support for pre-commercial science activities and research that benefits the agriculture and agri-food sector and Canadians.

Financial support for technology innovation through NRC IRAP

If you’re a small or medium‑sized Canadian business pursuing technology‑driven innovation, you may be eligible for financial support from NRC IRAP. We provide this funding to eligible firms under our technology innovation projects and youth employment strategy programs.