Canola:A Story of Canadian Innovation

produced by the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum and circulated by Ingenium

A Traveling exhibit will be on display at the Rusty Relics Museum

115 Railroad Ave West   Carlyle, Sk

It will be open over the Dicken’s Festival.

We are open 1 -4 pm Tue through Sundays

Nov 13-Dec. 2

School and Group tours can be arranged by contacting the museum at

rustyrelicmuseum@sasktel.net

It does not get any more Canadian than Canola! CAN (ola) Oil Low Acid. Visit the “Canola” travelling exhibition from the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum starting Nov 13.
How does a plant breeding innovation become the most profitable commodity for Canadian farmers? Part of its success is due to its versatility – canola is used as a healthy culinary oil, a protein source for animals, to power cars and much more. See the Canola exhibition from the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum now at the Rusty Relics Museum in Carlyle.

 

Produced by the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum to mark the 50th anniversary of this ‘Made in Canada’ crop, Canola explores the science behind the development, cultivation and future of this crop, as well as its uses in industries from food processing to transportation.
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