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Cargill Power Canola™

Unlock your access to new markets for Canadian canola

Access additional value potential for your canola

With Cargill Power Canola, you have access to a new domestic market with high growth potential, reducing reliance on export markets while providing additional value potential and full flexibility around your production and market decisions. Get rewarded and recognized for the good agronomic practices you're already using. The Cargill Power Canola program makes it easy for you to unlock access both to this new market and the European biofuel (2BS) market with one simple, secure online enrollment process.


How to enroll:

  1. See if this program is a fit by viewing the qualifications below.
  2. Follow the link that will take you to your account log-in.
  3. Click on the "sustainability" tab.
  4. Click to enroll in the program.
  5. Enter your field information and sign the attestation.

Not a CargillAg account user? Easy. Fill out this form to get started or contact your local Cargill rep for support.

Learn about Cargill Power Canola


See if you qualify

To participate in this program, your canola must be grown on land that is not:

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Designated a protected area

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Native or biodiverse grassland

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Home to species at risk

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A watershed or riparian zone

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Forested or wooded


Do you meet the qualifications? 

If your land meets the qualifications listed above, great! Begin enrolling below. If you're unsure whether your land use allows you to be eligible, talk with your Cargill rep as they'll be able to help you out.

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Frequently asked questions:

Who is eligible for the program?

To qualify, your canola must be grown on land that is not:

  • Designated a protected area
  • Home to species at risk
  • Forested or wooded
  • Native or biodiverse grassland
  • A watershed or riparian zone

Growers in Canada are recognized as meeting the land use and biodiversity criteria, simplifying enrollment.

What is the timeline?

Cargill Power Canola enrollment is open now for the 2024 crop year and will be available until the program is sold out.  We will require all canola coming into our Camrose crush plant to be enrolled in the program starting with the 2025 crop year.

How do I enroll?

Growers located in the Camrose or Clavet draw areas can simply log into their account to see a Cargill Power Canola bid. You will have the option to enroll there. 

Growers outside of the Camrose and Clavet draw areas, reach out to your Cargill grain representative to learn more about the program and how to enroll. 

What happens if I do not enroll?

Growers who do not enroll in Cargill Power Canola will not be able to participate in this new and rapidly expanding domestic market, and may miss out on additional value potential for their canola. Additionally, starting for crop year 2025, Cargill will not accept canola for its Camrose facility that is not enrolled in the program.

How does Cargill use the data collected?

Cargill takes great care to protect the privacy of the data we collect from farmers. We adhere to strict policies regarding the use of data.

How can I learn more?

Login to your account to take the enrollment tool for a test drive or contact your local Cargill rep.