Your Farm Voice: Consultations and Surveys

Manitoba Canola Growers are proud to represent a unified voice for canola farmers in Manitoba.  In addition to this large collective voice it is important for the voice of individual farmers to also be heard.

Below you will find current surveys or consultations requesting input from farmers.

Please take the time to share your thoughts on issues that you would like to share your input on.


Purpose and Background of Survey

The International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) is partnering with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC), Keystone Agricultural Producers and Manitoba Forage and Grasslands Association as part of the AAFC Eastern Prairies Living Labs (EPLL) to understand various factors that encourage or discourage the adoption of Beneficial Management Practices on producer lands and farm operations.

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Purpose and Background of Survey

The agricultural ergonomic team in the University of Manitoba is looking for experienced farmers and custom operators to assess the effectiveness of a remote interface for autonomous (driverless) agricultural machine. The survey should take no longer than an hour to complete and you could win one of the ten $CAD 20 Tim Hortons gift cards in appreciation for your time. The deadline to complete the survey is August 15.

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Purpose and Background of Survey

The International Institute of Sustainable Development is looking for Manitoba producer feedback around beneficial management practices (BMPs) on farms. This survey is a key component of the Living Labs -Eastern Prairie Initiative led by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the Manitoba Association of Watersheds. The feedback gathered will be provided to policymakers to ensure that public support for environmental stewardship can effectively meet environmental needs without compromising production. In return for the time spent submitting this survey, producers can have their names entered to win a $200 Walmart Gift Certificate.

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Purpose and Background of Survey

KAP is working with the Prairie Climate Centre (PCC) in order to understand specific needs regarding climate services for farmers. A climate services network for the Prairie region is under development and KAP is looking to Manitoba farmers to provide input into what services will be useful as we continue to build resiliency within the agriculture industry. Examples of climate services include mapping, forecasting, workshops, and any other useful tools that farmers are using or would like to use to adapt to a changing climate. PCC is a Winnipeg based organization that communicates the science, impacts and risks of climate change through maps, documentaries, research reports, training and outreach.

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