Sustainability through the generations


Global Farmer Network member Jake Leguee and his father, Russell, grow grain, oilseed and specialty crops in Saskatchewan, Canada. Pulling from lessons of the past and reflecting on the current state of agriculture, Jake shares  his viewpoints on how new technologies and innovations will help the agriculture industry to become even more sustainable for future generations, in this video by CropLife International.

Jake Leguee

Jake Leguee

Jake and his family farm GMO canola, wheat, durum, peas, GMO soybeans, flax and lentils. One of the first farms in the area to grow soybeans in 2010. Now considering corn. No-tilling for 20+ years.

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