Pie and Politics

Please join the Lambton, Kent and Middlesex Federations of Agriculture in an evening of Pie and Politics. Minister McNaughton will be speaking at 7:00 pm followed by a question and answer session until 8:30 pm. 

Please click here to view the full invitation.

Locally Lambton is Back!

Locally Lambton is well known for its 5 editions of the Locally Lambton Map - and now it’s back in a new and updated interactive web page!
By updating the webpage to a new version, we can offer more categories that include our usual food and farm categories, as well as an artisans/raw material section along with much more personation than a paper map can. We are excited to announce that the cost has been maintained at a low price of $50/year. This will allow you to edit, update and maintain your advertisement as often as you like with hours, logo, pictures and info.
Live date is late July, so contact us now and let’s get you set up!

Click here to view the Catagories.

Click here for more info on Locally Lambon. 

Visit us at locallylambton.com and reach us at info@locallylambton.com

Note: this is open to Lambton Residents, with local or hand made products only. Please see the terms and conditions for more information. 

Scholarships - New Dates and Procedures



Are you from a farming family in Lambton attending college or university? Please check out the scholarships offered! You do not need to be an LFA member, you just need an FBR number. 


Deadline: July 15th, 2019
Presentation of Scholarships: Wednesday August 28th (Regional Meeting)
All scholarships must be submitted via lambtonfederation.ca.

Progressive Farm Safety Day

Its that time of year again! You can register the morning of!

Children's Safety Day July 4th, 2019. 

Click here for more information. 

Click here for the registration form. 

Contact lambtonfarmsafety@gmail.com to arrange payment. 

Mental Health Matters

Did you attend the Mental Health Seminar LFA and Lambton Farm Safety hosted?
No problem – click here to view highlights. The full video will be up soon, check back to the website to have a look.

Lets keep the conversation going. If you or someone you know needs help, click here for locally available options. If your business or organization would like postcard sized flyers of available local help please email info@lambtonfederation.ca. 

Trespass and Occupiers' Liability

Trespass has become a major issue in many forms for farmers. 

Here are links from each federation on tips for farmers on preventing/dealing with trespass and keeping our farm families safe. 




Got a submission for Lambton AGLink?

Email info@lambtonfederation.ca to share your event/story/information. 

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Lambton County Women's Institute Scholarship

Deadline: August 15, 2019
Amount of scholarship: $1000.00

Applications sent to: Anne McGugan
                                  3842 Old Walnut Road
                                  R. R. # 7
                                  Alvinston ON  N0N 1A0

Inquiries and applications can be emailed to amcgugan@hotmail.com.


Click here for more information.

North Lambton Quilters Guild Show

Grand Bend, ON - Lambton Heritage Museum will be hosting the North Lambton Quilters Guild Show this June.

The North Lambton Quilters Guild is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a show that includes 100 beautiful handmade quilts alongside clothing, wall hangings, and quilted accessories. Vendors will also be onsite selling quilting supplies and books.

This bi-annual quilt show has been hosted by Lambton Heritage Museum for more than a decade and showcases the talent and artistry of local quilt makers. The show will be open Thursday, June 27 until Saturday, June 29, 2019. Show hours are Thursday and Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Admission is $5.00 for adults, $4.00 for seniors, and $3.00 for children. For more information please contact the Lambton Heritage Museum at 519-243-2600 or heritage.museum@county-lambton.on.ca.

Lambton Heritage Museum is entrusted with the care of over 25,000 historic artifacts, photographs and documents which preserve the history of Lambton County. Situated on a 30 acre parcel across from Pinery Provincial Park, the museum preserves five historic buildings and maintains two display buildings, one main exhibition centre and visitor amenities including the 1 km Woodland Heritage Trail. Over its 40 year history, Lambton Heritage Museum has evolved from a collection of collections, to a key repository, safe guard and educator of Lambton’s material heritage.

For more information on Lambton Heritage Museum, visit www.heritagemuseum.ca or follow the museum on Facebook.

The OSPCA Act Amendment: It's a Money Matter

Article by Marie Versteeg of CFFO. Visit the CFFO website for additional blog posts. 

On June 6th, Ontario passed the OSPCA Amendment Act (Interim Period), 2019, which will fill the gap in animal welfare enforcement left by the OSPCA when it quits the ground on June 28.

Click here to read the full article.

June County Council Highlights

Press release from Lambtononline.ca.

Wyoming, ON – At its regular meeting Wednesday, June 5, 2019, Lambton County Council:

·      Recognized Gayle Montgomery, Circles Coordinator, for being awarded the Ontario Municipal Social Services Association (OMSSA) Lifetime Achievement Award for her outstanding contributions to her community and the County during her career.

·      Heard a presentation from Dave Brown, Executive Director of United Way Sarnia-Lambton, on the present state of affairs and future direction of the United Way.

·      Adopted the Strategic Plan developed by the Intelligent Sarnia-Lambton Steering Committee.

·      Received a report denoting Councillor Joel Field as the Town of Petrolia's Alternate Member of Lambton County Council.

·      Carried a motion to continue to provide a yearly waste disposal subsidy to all charities supported by the County of Lambton.

·      Requested that staff prepare a report regarding the status of the housing policies contained in the County Official Plan.

·      Received a report from Lambton Public Health regarding the implementation of the Community Sharps Disposal program.

·      Directed staff to work with the City of Sarnia to develop a mutual agreement transferring ownership and responsibility of the decontamination unit to Sarnia Fire Services Department with the understanding that the unit remains available for the County's use.

·      Requested that a Strategic Team be created to deal and interact with the Province regarding intergovernmental relationships and matters being downloaded by the province.

·      Directed staff to explore and investigate all options for reducing the cost of delivering cost-shared programs and services, and report back to Council on the benefit/cost impacts of these options on these services by the end of 2019.

·      Voted to retain the current budget presentation format used to support annual budget deliberations.

·      Approved a By-Law to adopt assessment classifications to permit small-scale commercial and industrial farm uses for the year 2019.

·      Approved a By-Law to amend By-Law No. 19 of 2019 which set tax ratios for prescribed property classes for the year 2019.

·      Approved a By-Law to establish and levy tax rates for upper tier purposes for the year 2019 in regards to the C7 and I7 property sub-classes.

·      Approved a By-Law to amend By-Law No. 33 of 2014, changing the County's Committee P.M. meeting and inaugural meeting start times.

·      Noted that Council will next meet in Open Session at 9:30 a.m., Wednesday, July 3, 2019.