Responsible Grain is a national, voluntary Code of Practice that will allow Canadian grain farmers to demonstrate their care and commitment to the environment.

Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Crops Releases Code of Practice Consultation Results
Executive Summary of What We Heard and Next Steps June 2021

Developed by farmers and industry experts, Responsible Grain is a voluntary, science-based Code of Practice that demonstrates how Canadian farms preserve land, air and water.

Modules include: nutrient management, pest and pesticide management, soil and water management, and health and well-being.

Responsible Grain is the first Code of Practice for the Canadian grains sector. Implementation of the practices will be measured over time using the Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Crops (CRSC) Metrics Platform to monitor and promote continuous improvement.

What farmers and grain buyers are saying

Jason Lenz – Farmer, Alberta

William van Tassel – Farmer, Quebec

Adam Dyck – Warburtons

Michael Yarymowich – Sustainability Manager, Aramark Canada