Lois Harris



Freelance Writer and Editor For Hire

591 Douglas Street
Durham, Ontario
N0G 1R0

"For over a year now, Lois has been helping my team to communicate our services and value proposition to the outside world. During this process she has created pages and pages of copy that have always been delivered on time and on budget. Moreover, Lois has taken great pains to follow our brand guidelines and style guide so that all of our outward facing copy meshes together seamlessly! I highly recommend Lois as a freelance writer."

Dana McCauley, Associate Director, New Venture Creation, University of Guelph


"Lois files well-written stories on or before the deadline. She is always on the lookout for stories that match the publication's focus. Lois is professional in every way, and makes my job as an editor a little easier."

Lisa Guenther, Editor, Canadian Cattlemen magazine


"Lois has been a reliable contributor to our magazine for three years. She is an excellent writer who can produce an accurate and engaging story with minimal direction. There isn’t a topic that Lois hasn’t been able to cover – everything from agriculture research, to environmental projects, to government policy."

Rachel Telford, editor, Ontario Grain Farmer magazine

"I had the opportunity to work with Lois Harris during the past year. Lois prepared a communications plan and executed it perfectly. She was very professional and added great value to the Thames River Phosphorus Reduction Collaborative. Lois will be part of all my future projects."

Charles Lalonde, Principal, CJ Agren Consulting










10 good habits for marketing crops - Farmtario

Ontario beef industry tackles slaughter capacity issue - Farmtario

A tumultuous decade - grain markets still facing headwinds - Ontario Grain Farmer

Maritimes working on strategy to grow the beef herd - Canadian Cattlemen

In high spirits - craft distillery boom in Ontario - Ontario Grain Farmer magazine

Keeping Food Safe During Transportation - GFSR

The rules of the road - Ontario Grain Farmer magazine

Bacteriophages: Powerful weapons in the arsenal against foodborne illness - Global Food Safety Resource

Ontario feedlots counting on marketing, genetics and young farmers - Canadian Cattlemen

Amended animal transportation rules premature: beef industry - Farmtario

Recovering from a pathogen-related recall - Global Food Safety Resource

Value creation: Cereals industry considers research funding options - Ontario Grain Farmer magazine

Tap into a large and growing market by getting certified organic - Global Food Safety Resource

Fighting off Fusarium Head Blight - Ontario Grain Farmer magazine

Data needed to drive Ontario sheep industry forward - Farmtario

Breeding a better soybean - Ontario Grain Farmer

Beef transportation research reveals sources of stress - Farmtario

Reaping potential grain profits with blockchain - Farmtario

Packaging training crucial for saving time, money, reducing waste

- Global Food Safety Resource

Social financing - Country Guide magazine

Our data road map - Country Guide


Ontario's CARVE brand beef a success - Canadian Cattlemen magazine

Heed the hazards - Ontario Grain Farmer magazine


Got what it takes? - Country Guide

It's YOUR farm data- Country Guide 


Selling Canadian soybeans in Asia - Ontario Grain Farmer magazine

Where are all the investments in Canadian agricultural research headed? - Country Guide