Alberta Barley funding enables agronomy research in diverse growing regions across Alberta. The environment greatly influences crop growth and it is important to have agronomic research representing the unique growing conditions in our province.
Laurel Thompson, Lakeland College
Development of new, improved barley genetics and best management practices will be key to helping pr…Learn More
Alberta Barley administers $6,000 worth of graduate scholarships annually. In the last few years, th…Learn More
The Canadian Barley Research Coalition (CBRC) is a collaboration between the three prairie barley co…Learn More
Barley farmers who pay Alberta Barley's provincial check-off and do not request a refund are eligible for a tax credit through the Scientific Research and Experimental Development (SR&ED) program for their investment in Alberta Barley-funded research and development (R&D) projects.The tax credit percentage is based on the dollar amount Alberta Barley has invested in R&D that meets the criteria laid out by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).