SIRCA partners are establishing a new program to improve research and training on soil remediation for properties adversely impacted by fertilizer distribution.
Take a short drive northwest of Saskatoon and you’ll soon come across 15 acres of golden canola, wheat, soybeans and peas. It’s Co-op’s Innovation Field Trial Xtreme.
FCL has commissioned state-of-the-art, high-throughput fertilizer terminals in Brandon, Man., and Saskatoon, Sask.
Diverse businesses, new investments and local connections are helping FCL confront challenges in today’s turbulent economy, says CEO Scott Banda.
Work is progressing on two high-throughput fertilizer terminals commissioned by FCL on behalf of the Co-operative Retailing System.
With two new additions this fall, Co-op has awarded comprehensive scholarship packages to 19 ag students since 2013.
This fall, Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan and Co-op are providing shoppers with an opportunity to talk with Saskatchewan farmers.
FCL is investing $75 million to build two new state-of-the-art, high-throughput fertilizer terminals in Western Canada.