About the CBRC

The Canadian Barley Research Coalition (CBRC) is a national not-for-profit organization with a focus on improving profitability and competitiveness for western Canadian barley through long-term research investments.

The CBRC funds long-term research projects such as core barley breeding agreements with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the University of Saskatchewan’s Crop Development Centre and other regional research that aligns with variety development and agronomic priorities. See a full list of CBRC-funded research

Created in 2020, the CBRC was started as a collaboration between the Saskatchewan Barley Development Commission, Alberta Grains and the Manitoba Crop Alliance. Membership is open to any organization or association interested in supporting barley research.

Board of Directors

Jason Skotheim (Chair)

Boris Michaleski (Vice-Chair)
MB Crop Alliance

Shane Debock
Alberta Barley

Dick Wymenga
Alberta Barley

Matt Enns

CBRC 2021-2022 Annual Report

Core Breeding Agreement – Royalty Fact Sheet 2020