Thank you for considering a nomination to the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame. The mission of the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame Association is to honour and celebrate Canadians for outstanding contributions to the agriculture and food industry,
and to publicize the importance of their achievements to Canadians.
This nomination form will help guide you through the process. Please read carefully and complete with the utmost consideration for accuracy.
Nominations must be submitted by May 1 to be considered in the current year.
Candidates are selected for induction based on their career and volunteer contributions to Canadian agriculture. The review committee will look for demonstrated leadership, achievements, results, benefits, and innovations accrued to agriculture on a Canadian or broader basis.
A hard copy of the nomination must be submitted to:
Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame
Doug McDonell, Secretary Treasurer
9102 Fifth Line, RR 3
Georgetown, ON L7G 4S6
Here are some frequently asked questions about the nomination process:
Candidates who have made significant contributions to Canadian agriculture on a national or international basis are eligible for nomination. They must have demonstrated leadership, achievements, results, benefits, and innovations in the agricultural industry, with a lasting legacy and impact on the broader industry in Canada and/or internationally.
Yes, posthumous nominations are accepted for individuals who have made exceptional contributions to Canadian agriculture.
Nominations must be made by Individual or Corporate members of the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame Association. An Individual lifetime membership can be purchased for $100, while Corporate memberships are $750 annually.
Nominations must be received by May 1 to be considered in the current year.
Nominators are encouraged to include a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 10 letters of support to strengthen the nomination.
If the candidate is selected for induction, the nominators are required to cover the cost of a painted and framed portrait, which amounts to $5,000. Nominators will need to supply photos of the nominee for the artist.
The Board of Directors of the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame Association reviews the nominations and selects the nominees for induction.
Submissions that do not follow the guidelines will be returned to the nominator and will not be considered for induction.
Yes, all nominators will be contacted and notified whether their candidate was successful or not. Candidates can be re-nominated each year for a maximum of three years.
If you have further questions or need assistance with the nomination process, please contact us. We appreciate your interest in recognizing outstanding contributions to Canadian agriculture.