RDAR is funding agricultural research that will drive real benefits for producers in the barn and on the field. Researchers can count on RDAR to provide predictable funding for leading-edge agriculture projects. This call for proposals is now open and accepting applications.
Through this call, RDAR will fund research and knowledge transfer and translation projects aimed at accelerating agricultural innovations in the livestock and crop industries in Alberta.
Funding will be available to incorporated organizations that directly and/or indirectly participate in the service and development of Alberta’s livestock or crop industry, provided that such organizations are in good standing and not in default under any other agreements or programs with RDAR. Eligible applicants include, but are not limited to:
- Marketing boards and commissions established under Alberta’s Marketing of Agricultural Products Act;
- Educational institutions, including universities, colleges, and technical schools;
- Provincial and municipal government organizations and agencies;
- Incorporated non-profit agricultural associations representing Alberta’s agriculture producers; and
- for-profit entities, including research companies, service providers, and agri-businesses offering custom services, consulting services or general services to agricultural clients
Results Driven Agriculture Research (RDAR) has identified four research priorities. These four research priorities were identified through the engagement sessions RDAR initiated with its Advisory Committee consisting of producer associations, commissions, marketing boards, applied research associations, and Alberta’s post-secondary institutions.