Through the new Canadian Agricultural Youth Council, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada is providing an opportunity for Canadians 18-30 to help shape the future of the agriculture and agri-food sector.

The International Year of Plant Health 2020 is an opportunity to raise global awareness on how protecting plant health can help end hunger, reduce poverty, protect biodiversity and the environment, and boost economic development.

Certified Professional Agronomists (CPAs), Crop Advisors (CCAs) and Crop Science Consultants (CCSCs) can earn CEUs by attending the 2020 CAAR Conference in Saskatoon, Sask. Continue reading to find out how many CEUs you may be eligible for.

Have you secured your spot at the 2020 CAAR Conference? If not, you’d better hurry – online registration closes soon. Register online before Feb. 1 and save on your conference pass!

Find out how recent developments are affecting Canadian ag retailers at two informative Industry Update sessions at the 2020 CAAR Conference in Saskatoon, Sask., Feb. 11-13.

We use several platforms to keep CAAR members informed throughout the year, including The Communicator magazine, The Network e-newsletter, Twitter and, of course, right here on the CAAR website. Keep reading to see the 10 agri-news stories on caar.org you clicked on the most in 2019.

Ag retailers have the chance to win $15,000 to support local causes of their choice through ADAMA’s annual Thank-A-Retailer Contest.