Our friends at Real Agriculture took the time to interview me at FarmTech in Alberta. It is always fun to chat with Shaun, and got to discuss how Canada is doing on sustainable agriculture. It is particularly important since progress is being made on some global indicators that would allow more consistent and direct comparisons between countries. I think Canada is going to stack up well. Canada’s already made lots of progress on soil health through the use of conversation tillage. Now we need to focus in on improving crop rotations and measures on biodiversity. It’s great to see people already thinking about intercropping and other solutions to drive us to the next great innovations in agriculture. Onwards to continuous improvement!