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Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan invest in pulse starch research

| Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada | news releases

Today, Canada’s Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau and Saskatchewan Minister of Agriculture David Marit announced $2.5 million in funding for research led by the University of Saskatchewan into new opportunities for starches from pulse crops.


MP Weiler announces program open to applicants to help farmers and agri-businesses develop and adopt clean technologies to reduce emissions and enhance competitiveness

| Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada | news releases

Farmers and agri-businesses in British Columbia and across Canada are leaders in climate-smart agriculture, finding new ways to make their operations more sustainable. To help them continue towards a low-carbon economy, the Government of Canada is supporting the research, innovation and adoption of clean technologies, with a focus on those that advance the bioeconomy.


Parliamentary Secretary Ellis announces program open to applicants to help farmers and agri-businesses develop and adopt clean technologies including more efficient grain dryers

| Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada | news releases

Farmers and agri-businesses in Ontario and across Canada are leaders in climate-smart agriculture, finding new ways to make their operations more sustainable. To help them continue towards a low-carbon economy, the Government of Canada is supporting the research, innovation and adoption of clean technologies, including dedicated support for farmers to help reduce grain drying costs.


MP Blois announces program open to applicants to help farmers and agri-businesses develop and adopt clean technologies to reduce emissions and enhance competitiveness

| Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada | news releases

Farmers and agri-businesses in Atlantic Canada and across the nation are leaders in climate-smart agriculture, finding new ways to make their operations more sustainable. To help them continue towards a low-carbon economy, the Government of Canada is supporting the research, innovation and adoption of clean technologies, including a priority focus on advancing precision agriculture.


Renewed funding announced to build public trust in agriculture in Saskatchewan

| Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada | news releases

Today the federal and provincial governments announced $1.5 million over two years in renewed funding for Farm and Food Care Saskatchewan, Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan and 4-H Saskatchewan. This funding will build public trust in agriculture and develop the next generation of agriculture leaders in Saskatchewan.


Minister Bibeau announces program open to applicants to help farmers and agri-businesses develop and adopt clean technologies

| Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada | news releases

Farmers and agri-businesses in the North and across Canada are leaders in climate-smart agriculture, finding new ways to make their operations more sustainable. To help them continue towards a low-carbon economy, the Government of Canada is supporting the research, innovation and adoption of clean technologies.


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