FarmTech 2022 to go ahead with hybrid model

The FarmTech Foundation of Alberta is announcing its 2022 conference will go ahead on January 25th and 26th, with a hybrid in-person and online model to maximize accessibility.

Held at the Edmonton Expo Centre, FarmTech will have a blend of sessions ranging from big picture concepts to practical farming solutions. The two-day conference is expected to attract over 70 exhibitors, one thousand in-person attendees, and hundreds of virtual attendees from across Alberta.

Managed by Kiwi Productions Inc., the 2022 event will offer the agricultural community an opportunity to reconnect and learn during the province’s premier crop production show.

“Our team is working with the committee’s vision to ensure the best experience for those who plan to attend FarmTech both in person and online,” says Bryce Lambert, CEO of Kiwi Productions. “Hosting a hybrid event will bring more value for sponsors who help make FarmTech possible and for attendees who prefer joining in virtually.”

The FarmTech Foundation of Alberta is comprised of Alberta Barley, Alberta Canola, Alberta Pulse Growers, and the Alberta Wheat Commissions.