Benefits

Federal Representation

  • Assuring a forum for policy development and implementation
  • Communicating united industry positions on issues to appropriate government bodies
  • Advocating for U.S. policy that assures competitiveness and profitability for all industry segments


Issues Management

  • Monitoring and analyzing issues that affect the production, marketing, processing and consumption of canola products
  • Working with industry partners, including state, regional and national organizations, to address issues that affect the production, marketing, processing and consumption of canola products
  • Preparing crisis communications plans when necessary


Research and Technical Services

  • Advocating and facilitating research, both public and private, to expand canola acreage, lower input costs and improve technologies and products
  • Seeking fair and reasonable regulatory policies that allow for the use of proven beneficial technologies
  • Sponsoring research conferences to discuss opportunities and research needs that will enable the industry to grow and to facilitate networking and collaboration


Information and Communication Services

  • Subscription to U.S. Canola Digest magazine and Canola Quick Bytes e-newsletter
  • Greater understanding of and appreciation for the industry, including the health benefits of canola oil
  • Timely industry news and information about USCA activities, emphasizing matters that require member support
  • Access to the USCA database of grower, industry and research contacts
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