Welcome to the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame

The Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame Association honours and celebrates Canadians for outstanding contributions to the agriculture and food industry. The important achievements of the CAHF inductees are published on this website and in the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame Portrait Gallery located at the Royal Agriculture Winter Fair.

2014 Inductees to Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame
Three exceptional Canadians join the ranks of Canada’s most influential individuals as the 2014 inductees into the prestigious Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame.  The Hall is proud to announce the induction of:

Walter Browarny, nominated by the Canadian Beef Breeds Council
From a very young age, the late Walter Browarny saw light and art and animals in a way unlike others. He became Canada’s camera man of livestock photography, known for placing his subjects in a natural environment and capturing them at angles to show them off in the best possible way

 

Dr. Lorne Hepworth , nominated by CropLife Canada
Lorne Hepworth is a lifelong champion for the advancement of science and technology. He has pushed boundaries, built consensus and pursued change to help build a vibrant and progressive agriculture and food industry in Canada.

 

Charles Froebe , nominated by the Canadian Canola Growers Association
Canada’s canola industry came of age under the leadership of Charles Froebe, as one of the . first farmers to grow canola in Canada, and first industry leaders.

Read more about the 2014 inductees

 

 

Welcome to the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame

The Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame Association honours and celebrates Canadians for outstanding contributions to the agriculture and food industry. The important achievements of the CAHF inductees are published on this website and in the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame Portrait Gallery located at the Royal Agriculture Winter Fair.

2014 Inductees to Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame
Three exceptional Canadians join the ranks of Canada’s most influential individuals as the 2014 inductees into the prestigious Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame.  The Hall is proud to announce the induction of:

Walter Browarny, nominated by the Canadian Beef Breeds Council
From a very young age, the late Walter Browarny saw light and art and animals in a way unlike others. He became Canada’s camera man of livestock photography, known for placing his subjects in a natural environment and capturing them at angles to show them off in the best possible way

 

Dr. Lorne Hepworth , nominated by CropLife Canada
Lorne Hepworth is a lifelong champion for the advancement of science and technology. He has pushed boundaries, built consensus and pursued change to help build a vibrant and progressive agriculture and food industry in Canada.

 

Charles Froebe , nominated by the Canadian Canola Growers Association
Canada’s canola industry came of age under the leadership of Charles Froebe, as one of the . first farmers to grow canola in Canada, and first industry leaders.

Read more about the 2014 inductees