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As we drive down the rural Ontario roads amid the magnificent fall colours, we very quickly realize another growing season is rapidly coming to an end. Many of the crops have been or are yet to be harvested, and there is recognition that this is the time of year when we begin to take stock of the fruits of our labour, both realistically as well as figuratively. When we reflect on the number of lambs weaned, bushels of seed harvested, or the success of a project or organization we are involved in, we begin to recognize that our satisfaction with the outcome is often proportional to the volume and quality of the resources we invested. Many of those resources are tangible and can be purchased via the suppliers we do business with locally, while others including professional and