Upcoming Workshops & Events

General Tree Care Seminar – May 18

Jacquie Randle, an arborist with KC Landscaping and Maintenance, will talk about common problems facing trees in Alberta. general tree care seminar copy

Topics include selection, planting, pruning, watering, fertilizer, mulch, and insect and disease management.

You will learn how to help trees thrive and not just survive. Be prepared to discover the complexities of trees and their connected systems.

Practical demonstrations of how to prune and plant completes this informative general tree care overview.

To pre-register, contact Kelsey Fenton, Assistant Agricultural Fieldman with Flagstaff County, by phone at 780-384-4129 or via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Grazing School for Women

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Save the Date: The 15th annual Grazing School for Women is scheduled for June 13 and 14, 2017 at Lakeland College Canada in Vermilion.

This much-anticipated event has evolved over the years into a fun way for rural ladies to get together to learn and discuss current ranching trends in a comfortable atmosphere.

The lineup of speakers and schedule of activities have yet to be finalized, but this year’s milestone event promises to provide participants with the latest information and trends in the livestock industry.

For registration information, contact Linda Boyd, Assistant Agricultural Fieldman at the County of Two Hills, by phone at (780) 657-3358 or via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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No events are scheduled at this time. Please check back as events will be added as they are scheduled. 


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It's no secret, running a farm direct business means paying attention to many moving parts that often take you out of the field and into the office. That's why Alberta Agriculture and Forestry is hosting a series of webinars for producers and processors that will help build savvy marketing and staffing skills.

Register by clicking on each individual link or go online to explorelocal.ca/events

To view the full listing of webinars running through April Click here


Crop Production Workshop - Presentations

This workshop was held on March 15, 2017.  Below are the slides from two of the presentations given during the workshop.

So You Want to Grow Corn

A Look at Rising CO2 Impact on Alberta Crops

 

 

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