We want to see Alberta agriculture compete on a global scale. RDAR focuses on better ideas and new technologies, with effective ways to implement them.
We grow from contribution. What began as a series of consultations with farmers, ranchers and other stakeholders throughout Alberta’s agricultural industry has evolved into a new vision for agriculture research. An important conclusion was drawn—that producers, in collaboration with research partners, are best positioned to determine agricultural research priorities.
That’s why RDAR was created, and why transparency and communicating plans are a major pillar of the way we operate. We aim to share as much information with you as we can. Here, you’ll find records and reporting of our Board’s activities and efforts since its inception.
RDAR 2022-Annual General Meeting Presentation
View the presentation deck that was shown at our 2022 virtual AGM held on January 18th, 2022.
RDAR 2021 Audited Financial Statements
Fiscal 2020-21 was a milestone year for Results Driven Agriculture Research (RDAR), becoming a federally incorporated not-for-profit corporation on July 22, 2020. With a financial year-end on March 31, RDAR completed its first annual audit in spring 2021. The Board approved the first audited financial statements on June 10, 2021. Read the summary report below.
RDAR 2021 Review – Putting research into practice to bring practical outcomes to Alberta producers
This year, together with our producer, public, and private partners, RDAR will continue to drive results that make our world more sustainable economically, socially, and environmentally. With the new year comes a time of reflection on the events that shaped RDAR throughout these past 12 months. While hard to narrow down, we would like to share some of our pillars of achievement that stuck out as our most influential moments of 2021 for RDAR.
RDAR 2020 Review – How far we’ve come
In March 2020, Alberta’s government created RDAR as an arm’s length organization and turned over decision-making on Alberta agriculture research to producers. One year on, RDAR is busy fulfilling our mission ~ to select and approve investments into projects that will increase Alberta’s agriculture and food sector competitiveness. Here is a presentation to let us reflect on all that our young, vibrant organization has accomplished in its first year in business.