• Advancing environmentally sustainable grain production practices and outcomes
  • Measuring and reporting on Canadian grains sustainability performance
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  • Understanding and meeting domestic and global expectations for sustainable ingredients
  • Working collaboratively across the grains value chain to advance Canadian grains’ sustainability
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Metrics Platform

Canadian Grains Sustainability Metrics Platform

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Become a Member

Why We’re Here

Now more than ever, consumers are interested in where their food comes from and whether it was produced in a sustainable manner. In response, domestic and global markets are increasingly considering environmental sustainability, social responsibility and economic viability when sourcing product.

To support Canada’s grains sector in adapting to and thriving in an evolving operating environment, the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Crops works to:

  • Create a national grains sustainability performance reporting based on credible data;

  • Research and develop farm-level sustainability measurements that are relevant to Canadian production practices (environmental, social, and economic);

  • Inform and engage Canadian grain industry stakeholders on grains sustainability, and

  • Communicate the sector's sustainability results.

Who We Are

The Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Crops (CRSC) is a member-based organization that facilitates cross-commodity collaboration on sustainable agriculture issues and opportunities facing grains sector participants. Comprised of grower, industry, customer and environmental organizations, the CRSC is a national, industry-led forum developing and showcasing Canada’s grains sustainability performance.

Find out more about who is involved.

Photos supplied courtesy of the Canola Council of Canada, Grain Farmers of Ontario, and Syngenta Canada.