The Kemptville College Renewal Task Force will be reaching out to community partners in the agri-food industry for financial support in the coming days. The cost of an economic impact study is estimated at a minimum $50,000. North Grenville has already chipped in $8,500 and the Kemptville College Foundation another $10,000. In order to qualify for 50/50 funding from an agency, another $17,000 is required to show agricultural community support. If your group is interested in a renewed Kemptville College and willing to commit funding, contact Howard Mains through email@example.com.