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Farming 4R Land

Farming 4R Land project (pdf)  by Canadian Fertilizer Institute (announced January 29, 2013)

Climate Change and Emissions Management (CCEMC) Corporation, in collaboration with Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions, announced $200,000 in funding for a project to reduce greenhouse gas emissions linked to agricultural fertilizer use. The Farming 4R Land project, led by the Canadian Fertilizer Institute, will give farmers access to science-based information about how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions when they apply fertilizer or other crop nutrients on their fields. Read news release and backgrounder. See announcement photos taken by Canadian Fertilizer Institute.

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Bruce Ringrose, VP at ClimateCHECK invites Dr. Stan Blade, CEO of Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions to announce CCEMC funding for the Farming 4R Land project at FarmTech 2013. [Source: Marie Cusack, Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions, download photo] Participants in the Farming 4R Land project from left to right: Bruce Ringrose, VP at ClimateCHECK; Dr. Stan Blade, CEO of Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions; Dr. Susan Wood-Bohm, Executive Director of Biological GHG Management program at Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions; Clyde Graham, VP of Canadian Fertilizer Institute; (missing is Climate Change and Emissisions Management (CCEMC) Corporation). [Source: Marie Cusack, Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions, download photo]

  


Last updated: Wednesday, May 4, 2016