Dr. Esther Salvano has been anounced as the province’s first-ever manager of climate change.  Along with this anouncement Manitoba’s Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Initiatives said that “Manitoba farmers are responsible stewards of the land and today’s funding will lead to new tools to help reduce the environmental footprint of agricultural production”.

The Minister sais they will be looking at ways that Manitoba’s agriculture will have to adapt to Climate Change, but also what can be done by our Province to reduce green house gas emmision. It was also stated that more ecological agriculture usually leads to less energy consumption and thus reducing the overall cost for the product.

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