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Alltech Canada Planet of Plenty Award

Agriculture has the power to solve some of our most challenging environmental problems. We can put carbon back in the soil and forests. We can recycle nutrients and keep them out of our rivers, lakes and oceans. We can generate renewable energy. And, together, we can build a more sustainable world.

 

The Alltech Canada Planet of Plenty Award is now open!

 


Alltech Canada wants to recognize farmers, producers, and ranchers that are putting the power of agriculture to work to save the environment and create a Planet of Plenty™

 

To submit an entry, please complete the form below before the submission deadline on April 1, 2021.  One honoree will have the chance to win $3,000.

The winner will be contacted by April 30, 2021.

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Sharing a Planet of Plenty

Entries can be featured in videos, blog posts, podcasts, and on social channels. The moment is now for Canadian agriculture to unify and work towards a vision of promise, possibility, and positivity for the future. We all have a role to play in sustainability’s story.

What are you doing to make a Planet of Plenty possible?

Note: Quebec participants cannot enter to win the national prize; however, Alltech Canada would like to receive and share your story. Please send stories to Canada@Alltech.com.

 

 

Judging Criteria

0: Completely Failed • ½ - 2: Unsatisfactory • 2½ - 4½: Deficient • 5 - 6½: Satisfactory • 7 - 8: Good • 8½ - 9½: Very good • 10: Excellent

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SCORE (0 -10)

The nominee’s work is sustainable, and resources are responsibly managed to create an environment that is conducive for people, animals, and plants to thrive in harmony. (Example: Nominee’s operation has environmental accreditation).

 

The nominee’s work elevates the agri-food sector and benefits the Canadian agriculture industry.

 

The nominee is a thought leader and their work is innovative (has adopted new technology, business model or management practice).

 

The nominee contributes to the well-being of the community. (Example: Volunteer experience)

 

The nominee’s work contributes to the forwarding of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).