ESSENTIAL NEWS FOR AGRI-RETAILERS
MK Agro Brings Home Top Prize in ADAMA’s Annual Contest.
Strengthening our voice through key partnerships.
Thinking strategically, acting tactically.
Behind every successful endeavour is a well-thought-out strategic plan. In order to make effective short-term gains, forward-thinking companies and organizations base everything they do on eventually reaching milestone goals. CAAR is no different.
New 4R Designation is specific to Western Canada.
2018 was a year of advocacy achievements and internal planning for CAAR.
Complying with pesticide label directions is the law – but it isn’t always straightforward.
To further our industry’s commitment to advancing safety and security, Fertilizer Canada has created a Calcium Ammonium Nitrate (CAN) Security Code of Practice with input from industry and government groups. This new Code aims to provide standardized security practices for the handling, transportation, storage and/or sale of CAN in Canada.
The CAAR’s Choice Awards recognize and celebrate outstanding members of our industry for their talent, hard work and contributions to ag retail. Apply today and tell us the name of an individual or a team who you think deserves to win! Awards will be presented at the 2019 CAAR Conference.
Hurry! The application deadline is this Friday!
The tradeshow floor is filling up fast, but there’s still time to claim your spot. Register as a 2019 CAAR Conference exhibitor today and put your business in front of over 300 delegates and industry reps – many of whom are key decision-makers.
Don’t delay! Exhibitor registration closes Nov. 30, if we don’t sell-out first!
This year, CAAR is pleased to add an exciting new networking opportunity to the conference agenda – Roundtable Discussions. These moderated, collaborative discussions are a great way to kick off day-one of the 2019 CAAR Conference and a terrific opportunity to both share knowledge and gain perspective on a topic that is relevant to you.
The Prairie Certified Crop Adviser Board plans to launch a 4R Nutrient Management Specialty (4R NMS) for CCAs in February 2019.
Certified Crop Advisors are required to earn a minimum of 40 CEU credits every two years to maintain their designation. With the end of the year in sight, now is a great time to pick up some CEUs through CAAR’s CCA Examiner program!