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2023 CAAR Conference in Edmonton a success.

After another successful CAAR Conference, we wanted to thank everyone who attended, provided auction donations, and helped sponsor the event.

2023 CAAR Conference, Challenges & Opportunities Ahead! was successfully held in Edmonton on February 6-8, 2023.

CAAR is also thankful to our conference speakers: Jonathan Berkshire Miller for his geo-political expertise; Nelson Leite and Ian Clifford on green ammonia; Clair Mullen discussing fertilizer emission reduction and sustainable ag; Jim Ellis discussing personal protective equipment; Dr. Stuart Smyth presenting on reconciling the Barton Report with recent proposed policy changes; and Tyler McCann with his closing Keynote address.

Please note that we will be providing more information on the award winners in our April issue of the Communicator magazine.

Also, be advised that in the coming weeks we will feature Johnathan Berkshire Miller answering international trade questions.

Lastly, keep checking back onto the news section of our website, We will post some photographs of the CAAR conference later this week.

Again, thank you all for attending – and we look forward to the 2024 CAAR Conference.

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