Click here to access the digital version of the February CAAR Communicator magazine.

In this issue’s lead feature story, the CAAR Communicator examines numerous ag technology innovations including revisiting DOT to get the latest updates since the platform has been acquired by Raven, and examines numerous other technologies and what the ramifications may be for Canadian ag retailers.

In the annual Year in Review and Year in Preview feature stories, CAAR executive director Mitch Rezansoff shares what issues CAAR addressed on behalf of members and the association’s plans for 2021, including re-designing the CAAR website to better serve members, identifying roles ag retailers can play to support farmers in new carbon credit models and more activities.

CAAR Conference: Educate. Engage. Evolve.

CAAR’s virtual event is an interactive, online experience, providing ag retailers with an opportunity to educate themselves through informative sessions and group discussions, engage with exhibitors and other attendees to build new connections and evolve to provide the best service for their customers. Learn more about the events, speakers and themes at the 2021 Virtual CAAR Conference.

Last but far from least be sure to read the messages from CAAR executive director Mitch Rezansoff and board chair Theresa Bolton for their takeaways on policy, business and individual decisions in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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