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Kudos to Saskatchewan farmers

Saskatchewan farmers should feel justifiably proud of the results of a recent study which analyzed the carbon footprint of five key crops and found emissions in the province are considerably lower than other leading producers.

Calvin Daniels

December 19, 2023

The Global Institute for Food Security released the results of its study recently, and as a result it has been suggested Saskatchewan's sustainable farming practices are the reason for the low emissions. That is the most encouraging aspect of the results. If farm practices are at the centre of the better results it stands to reason the practices can be copied and duplicated, at least largely, which can help other agriculture areas achieve better results.But, there are bigger questions that the study doesn't exactly answer, at least in a clear and definitive way.

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