Agricultural Service Board Workshops & Courses

Upcoming Workshops & Events

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Register for any of the below workshops by calling 1-800-387-6030 OR see individual event flyers.

The Original Grazing School for Women

June 12 and 13, 2018, Two Hills, Alberta

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Click HERE for the brochure.

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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.

All Webinars start at 9 a.m. and run 60 minutes in length and include Q&A time.

Register online by clicking HERE.

The Soil Information Viewer: Steps to Becoming an Expertsoilinfo

April 24, 2018

The Soil Information Viewer is a compilation of all the soil maps in the province, accessible as a searchable map and database on the Government of Alberta website.

It can give very detailed soil descriptions for a property, be used for measuring acres (with GPS coordinates included for ground trothing) and is useful for land planning and mapping purposes.

Explore all the extraordinary features this program offers and the information it can provide. Register for the two-hour Soil Information Viewer webinar.

ACIS-Weather You Farm or Not, It affects us all

May 2, 2018

Weather plays an important role in agriculture and our lives. This webinar will go through some of the many uses of weather data collected by over 350 weather stations across Alberta for agricultural and other purposes. Recently, this information is being used as an early warning system for fusarium head blight infection potential and, other insect prediction models are being developed for major insect pests in the province. Other uses include diagnostics and pesticide spray timing, frost probabilities, growing degree days and cropping plan applications.

Click HERE to register.

Spring Grazing Management: The Grass Matters

May 3, 2018

Timing is of the essence when it comes to grazing, from the beginning to the end of the season. Understanding how your grass grows and responds to grazing is crucial to ensure that you have enough grass to get you through the rest of the year. In this webinar, Karin Lindquist, Forage/Beef Specialist with the Ag-Info Centre, will share how to observe the plants in your pasture to determine when to start grazing and how long to allow plants to recover. She will also provide other tips and tricks and rules of thumb for optimal grazing management.

Click HERE to register.

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HortSnacks-to-Go 2017-18 Webinar series

Contact Dustin Morton for more information or to register This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to register.



June 6-8, 2018, Calgary

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INVENTURE$ brings venture capitalists, angel investors, start-ups, entrepreneurs, service providers and thought leaders together in one unified conference to discover and share the latest in innovation, research, capital access and experiential learning. INVENTURE$ 2018 is thematically timed with Invest  Invest Canada ’18; the Canadian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association’s (CVCA’s) annual conference.

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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