The National Sheep Network (NSN) is conducting a sector-wide survey about climate change and sustainability in the sheep industry and wants to hear from Canadian sheep and lamb producers. Your views and opinions are important to the organization and will be used to help better represent sheep farmers when discussing environmental policy with governments, other industries and companies.
This survey is being conducted at no cost to the NSN as part of Stratus Ag Research’s ongoing commitment to Canadian agriculture.
The environment is taking agriculture by storm. Over the last 18 months or so, conversations around soil health, water quality, wetland conservation, sustainable agriculture, regenerative agriculture, carbon sinks, carbon tax, and carbon credits have all become daily conversation topics for many.
At a time when the public has started to settle into a belief that agriculture is bad for the environment and contributing negatively to climate change, the agriculture sector has rallied and challenged that belief by demonstrating the environmental benefits of agriculture, most especially grazing livestock.
The sheep industry has a great story to tell around the environment. Grazing livestock improve soil health, provide wildlife habitat, and can reverse desertification. ALP is committed to promoting the benefits of sheep production on the environment. By leveraging relationships with other organizations, we have been able to engage in larger discussions on the beneficial role of sheep in mitigating climate change.
We value your opinion and respect what you have to say. The survey should take about 10 - 15 minutes to complete.
We would appreciate your response as soon as possible. Can you complete the survey within the next day or two?
Please click on the link below to begin the survey now.
We really appreciate your participation in this survey. We will represent your views accurately, and we will never distribute your name or contact information.
The National Sheep Network