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Article published on 2 March 2018
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You are a farmer or an entrepreneur in food industry or tourism in Pontiac?
You are curious and interested to improve the agrotourism and gourmet tourism offer in Pontiac?

Come networking with other local stakeholders!

> Follow-up of the agrotourism and gourmet tourism plan
> Information about the Outaouais Gourmet Way and the new smart phone application
> Workshop: identification of complementary activities to agrotourism and gourmet tourism on the territory

April 5th 2018, 17h

602, route 301, Campbell’s Bay


You are invited to confirm your presence to the Table agroalimentaire de l’Outaouais by calling the 819 281-7676 or writing to the following email address: mnbesner agro-outaouais.com.

This activity is organised by Pontiac MRC and Table agroalimentaire de l’Outaouais (TAO), with the collaboration of its partners : Tourisme Outaouais, Développement Économique Canada, Emploi-Québec and the ministère de l’Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l’Alimentation du Québec (MAPAQ).

Facebook event : https://www.facebook.com/events/168562383771835/

Also, note that you will receive soon, or have already receive an invitation to get member or renew your membership to Croquez l’Outaouais and Outaouais Gourmet Way.

See you soon with pleasure,

Vous êtes agriculteur ou entrepreneur en agroalimentaire ou tourisme dans la MRC de Pontiac?
Vous êtes curieux et intéressé à améliorer l’offre en agrotourisme et tourisme gourmand de la MRC de Pontiac?

Venez réseauter avec les acteurs du milieu!

> Suivi de la démarche en agrotourisme et tourisme gourmand
> Information sur le Parcours Outaouais Gourmand et la nouvelle application pour téléphones intelligents
> Atelier : identification des activités complémentaires à l’agrotourisme et au tourisme gourmand

5 avril 2018, 17h

602, route 301, Campbell’s Bay


Vous êtes invités à confirmer votre présence avant le auprès de la Table agroalimentaire de l’Outaouais en composant le 819 281-7676 ou en écrivant à l’adresse : mnbesner agro-outaouais.com.

Cette activité est organisée par la MRC du Pontiac et la Table agroalimentaire de l’Outaouais, avec la collaboration de ses partenaires : Tourisme Outaouais, Développement Économique Canada, Emploi-Québec et le ministère de l’Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l’Alimentation du Québec (MAPAQ).

l’évènement Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/events/168562383771835/

Aussi, prenez note que vous recevrez sous peu ou avez déjà reçu une invitation à adhérer ou renouveler votre adhésion à l’une ou les deux plateformes suivantes : Croquez l’Outaouais et Parcours Outaouais Gourmet.

Au plaisir de vous y voir,

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