Agriculture News

Upcoming Workshops!

Deadstock Disposal and Predation Management – March 25, 2020

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Crop Signs Available

Greenview is asking that all off-road vehicles use extra caution when riding in rural areas. Many fields still contain valuable crops that farmers are planning to harvest. Recent snow cover has made the crops less visible and many off-road vehicle users may not be aware of the damage and loss they are causing by driving on the fields. 

Greenview will have ‘Stay Off Crop Signs” available to Greenview producers at no charge.  Limit of 5 signs/producer.  

Please call the Agriculture Department, Jacki Crocker at 780-524-7621.

Greenview Agriculture Services has Completed the 2019 Clubroot Inspections

We have notified all landowners of any fields that were tested positive for Clubroot. We have also informed landowners within a 1-mile radius of areas identified as positive.

We have discovered 17 new clubroot fields, the majority of which are located west of DeBolt. This discovery brings Greenview to a total of 23 properties deemed positive for Clubroot, spread across the MD.

Due to FOIP (Freedom of Information Privacy Protection Act) and PIPA (Personal Information Protection Act), we cannot release the personal information of the landowners involved.

If you have any questions, please contact us at 780-524-7621.


2019 Clubroot Map for MD of Greenview

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Clubroot Map

Peace Country Beef & Forage Association’s 5th Annual Field Day at the Research Farm


PlayCleanGo Awareness Week June 1st-8th

The bad news: People spread invasive species with our boots, tires, boats, firewood, pets, and horses. The GOOD news: These are also the ways we can STOP invasives from spreading! 10 Things You Can Do To Stop Invasive Species: #PlayCleanGoWeek 

Wildfires in Alberta

Due to the wildfires happening in the NW part of the province we have been getting calls regarding areas for people to evacuate livestock to. If you do have space and or feed available please let us know.

Thank you.

Play, Clean, Go!

Grow Me Instead

Grow Me Instead

Spring is in full swing, which means it is time to start planting in gardens and flowerbeds! Eliminate invasive plants from your garden using the ‘Grow Me Instead‘ pamphlet provided by the Alberta Invasive Species Council in the link!