FarmTech turns 20!
January 29-31 | Edmonton
Join us for the 20th anniversary edition of Farm Tech, Canada’s premier crop production and farm management conference in Edmonton, Alberta from January 29-31, 2019. The agenda features comedian and author Rick Mercer as the banquet speaker. Get all the details on sessions, speakers and registration at farmtechconference.com.
Alberta Canola Annual General Meeting
Join Alberta Canola for their annual general meeting held during FarmTech on the afternoon of Tuesday, January 29. You do not have to be registered for FarmTech to attend. Complete details at albertacanola.com/agm.
Making the Grade Grain Grading Workshop
Olds College, Olds – December 18, 2018
This hands-on grain grading course is designed specifically for farmers wanting to learn more about how their canola, wheat, barley and pulse crops are graded.
Hedging Edge Commodity Marketing Workshop
Red Deer – December 19 & 20, 2018
This two-day marketing course will cover the following topics using a combination of presentations and hands-on trading exercises:
- the basics of marketing
- futures market overview
- hedging basics
- future spreads
- options basics
- options strategies
Leading Edge – Next Generation Farm Management Workshop
Red Deer – February 26 & 27, 2019
Join several of Alberta’s leading farm business management advisors. The 2019 edition of this two-day course is designed specifically for those younger farmers that are establishing their farming careers and are designing their farm business structure and working with their family on succession plans.
Get details and registration information for these events and more at
20 outstanding ways to eat canola
By Tanya Pidsadowski, public engagement coordinator, Alberta Canola
What happens when you collide science, food, engineering and zaniness? You get Beakerhead 2018. Alberta Canola grabbed the opportunity to be one of the sponsors of the 2018 edition of this incredible festival held every year in Calgary. (For full details consult beakerhead.com.)
As Beakerhead is an all-access consumer event, how does Alberta Canola fit in? Beakereats, the culinary arm of Beakerhead, organized six chefs and a mixographer to make canola the star of the culinary show.
The Chef’s Collaborative Dinner was a six-course path of experimentation featuring canola oil and canola meal.
For the complete article, see Alberta Canola Connects at albertacanola.com.
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