The July Communicator is coming your way this week!

In this issue of the magazine, we look at the rewards of environmental stewardship, how agri-retailers can use weather stations to assist their customers and share a hands-on experience at Ag Drone School.

All of this and much more makes this issue of The Communicator one that cannot be missed!

Can’t wait to get your hands on the magazine? Visit caar.org to read the articles online!

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