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March 12, 2018The Alberta Agriculture Hall of Fame was created to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to the agriculture and food industry and to the development and sustainability of rural life in Alberta. The men and women named to the Hall of Fame since its inception in 1951 exemplify agricultural leadership and accomplishment. In each awards ceremony, Alberta Agriculture inducts up to three individuals. The ceremony is held every two years. The next Hall of Fame awards ceremony will be held in early October, 2018. Nominations will open March 1, 2018 with an April 30 deadline for submissions. Please follow the link for additional information and entry forms.
February 07, 2018FORWARDED ON BEHALF OF DALE CHRAPKO Farm Energy Agri-Processing (FEAP) Program Open www.agriculture.alberta.ca/feap FEAP is a combination of two discontinued GF2 programs:
- On-Farm Energy Management Program
- Accelerating Agricultural Innovation Program (Stream C)
- This program is RETROACTIVE to April 2016.
- Applicants with eligible receipts dated April 2016 and later can apply.
- Retroactive projects are subject to current eligibility criteria.
- 50% cost share on most items. See Funding List for full details.
- $250,000 maximum grant per Applicant per year
- Funding Timeline is from now to Feb 2020
- An EFP is NOT a prerequisite for this funding
- Applications will be processed in a first complete, first served basis.
- Incomplete applications will not secure a spot in line.
- Once applications have been approved, producers can watch for emails from the grant management system: "Grant_Management_System@agric.gov.ab.ca" They will get notifications from this email address as their application moves through the steps.
- Application forms
- Producer Funding List
- Processor Funding List
- Program Terms and Conditions
- All Agri-Processing Questions go to Dana Gibson: 780-980-4220
- For Producer Questions:
Forward to: Number: If caller is producer and Q is about: Keri McPhee 403-329-1212, x230 Status of application Jason Price 780-427-4181 Policy, or complaints Outreach Officers Vern: 403-894-0050 Ponoka, Clearwater, Lacombe, Red Deer, Starland, Kneehill, Mountainview, Bighorn, Rocky View, Wheatland, Newell, Vulcan, Foothills, Cypress, Willow Creek, Ranchland, M.D. Taber, Lethbridge, Forty Mile, Pincher Creek, Cardston, Warner Lyle: 780-581-8403 Acadia County Beaver County Bonnyville MD Camrose County Flagstaff County Minburn County Lac la Biche County Lamont County Paintearth County Provost County St. Paul County Smoky Lake County Stettler County Special Area 2 Special Area 3 Special Area 4 Two Hills County Vermilion River County Wainwright County Kale: 780-307-7849 All other MDs Applicant or equipment eligibility
January 30, 2018The bursary is intended for students continuing their education at a College or University. Students must be enrolled in an agricultural or environmental science program. There is a $1000 bursary available in each calendar year for each of the 5 provincial regions of the Association of Alberta Agricultural Fieldmen. AAAF Memorial Bursary Application Form The Association of Alberta Agricultural Fieldmen, as an ongoing tribute to active or retired AAAF members who pass away, and in the spirit of continuing education valued by our Association, created the AAAF Memorial Bursary. Students must be enrolled in an agricultural or environmental science program. There is a $1000 bursary available in each calendar year for each of the 5 provincial regions of the Association of Alberta Agricultural Fieldmen. An Agricultural Fieldman in good standing with the AAAF must receive your application with all supporting documentation by September 1st of each year. You can search out your local Agricultural Fieldman by checking our membership directory.
January 26, 2018Please be advised that the spray exemption deadline is set for April 27, 2018. Spray Exemption Agreements can be filled out, in person, at the Grovedale Office or at the Field Services Office in Valleyview. A few points to remember with Spray Exemption Agreements are:
- the agreement only pertains to the ditch, or right-of-way, adjacent to the landowners property;
- if a landowner does not follow the guidelines within the exempted area set out within the agreement (ie. noxious/prohibited noxious weeds and/or tall vegetation present), the MD shall immediately take steps to control vegetation (which may include herbicide application);
- agreements are valid only for one (1) calendar year; and
- only the registered landowner may apply for a Spray Exemption Agreement.
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November 08, 2017Greenview is seeking members for the following three committees:
- Agriculture Appeal Committee
- Cemetery Committee for Grovedale
- Cemetery Committee for New Fish Creek
November 06, 2017Are you interested in a shelterbelt or would like more information on them? Follow the link below! http://www.prairieshelterbeltprogram.ca/
October 25, 2017
Clubroot Disease of Canola—Information Update Clubroot Infection and SpreadRecently, confirmation of clubroot symptoms were found in multiple fields in Big Lakes County and M.D of Greenview in commercial canola fields. What this means is that growers within the MD of Greenview need to be vigilant with their scouting program and have in place a management strategy for this disease. Effectively managing any plant disease requires an understanding of how it survives within fields and the conditions that allow the population to increase and spread. For more information on this topic, please click on the link provided. Additional questions can be forwarded to Quentin Bochar, Manager Agriculture Services at 780-524-7615. Clubroot Information Update Document