In their first four year, Brandon has been hosting the workshops that focuses on canola production.
Regional Agronomist with the Canola Council of Canada Angela Brackenreed believes Dauphin is deserving of an event like this.
"We really thought that we needed to take it on the road and hit a new group of producers and agronomist's in the industry. There's a pile of canola when you go north of the park, and it's in a spot that we don't get to too much, and we really think that it's deserving of an event like this." "
Registration for day one is nearly full, however, spots are still available for day two. To sign up, visit canolacouncil.org for details.