Sustainability of Canadian Agriculture Conference 2022
Co-hosted by the University of Manitoba’s National Centre for Livestock and the Environment and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
This online conference provides practical information and considers the future of of our agricultural production systems as we strive to further develop sustainable food systems. The three-day conference offers a hands-on interactive morning workshop on the Holos model designed to better understand and effectively estimate on farm greenhouse gas emissions. Three separate sessions each day will feature brief presentations followed by facilitated panel discussions addressing how we can redesign our food systems, forge the road to carbon neutrality and manage agriculture production from a broad land perspective to achieve sustainability in agriculture.
This conference is intended for a diverse audience. The aim is to bring together researchers, students, producers, government, commodity organizations and industry representatives with a range of perspectives to collectively share ideas and experiences about how to improve agricultural sustainability in Canada.
The three days will provide opportunities to explore novel ideas and concepts, including an exciting session with graduate students who will share their research through short videos.
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