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Agriculture

Environmental Product designation won’t be taken lightly by Alberta Pulse Growers

Posted on 2 March 2022

Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Alberta Pulse Growers are determined to prove that their peas are still worthy of their title as the first North American… Read More »

Cleaver Kids clever idea for 4-Hers

Posted on 22 February 2022

Local Journalism Initiative Reporter It may be a few years before they’re ready to show a fully grown steer, but that doesn’t stop Irvine’s Cleaver… Read More »

4-H Alberta Scholarship Program recipients, including those across the south, announced

Posted on 12 February 2022

Contributed 4-H Alberta is proud to announce the 2021 4-H Alberta scholarship recipients that were selected through the annual 4-H Alberta Scholarship Program. Every year,… Read More »

AgSafe Alberta wants those in agriculture to be in the know

Posted on 10 February 2022

Local Journalism Initiative Reporter AgSafe Alberta is offering the chance for producers to be “In The Know” about mental health. In partnership with Wheatland County,… Read More »

Irvine School’s Agricultural Discovery Centre will have unique set of board of directors

Posted on 9 February 2022

Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Irvine School’s Agricultural Discovery Centre is taking a bold move with their new Board of Directors, ready to leave their mark… Read More »

Cypress County to host grazing workshop

Posted on 7 February 2022

By Justin Seward, Alberta Newspaper Group Cypress County will be hosting a Working Together, Growing Together grazing management workshop for livestock producers later this month.… Read More »

Water management critically important for southern Alberta

Posted on 4 February 2022

By Dale Woodard, Alberta Newspaper Group Water competition and conflict was the topic the Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs dove into during its online… Read More »

Beef cattle groups hoping on Canada-U.S. Border disruption ends soon

Posted on 3 February 2022

Contributed With the prolonged disruptions at the Canada-U.S. border crossing, Canada’s beef industry has serious concerns with supply chain challenges, including the lack of access… Read More »

Cypress County doing what it can to help decrease soil erosion

Posted on 2 February 2022

Local Journalism Initiative Cypress County is taking a proactive approach to mitigating some of the damage from the prairie winds with their soil conservation bylaw.… Read More »

Exhibition prepares for return of Ag Expo

Posted on 2 February 2022

By Alejandra Pulido-Guzman, Alberta Newspaper Group Ag Expo and the North American Seed Fair is coming back to Lethbridge Exhibition with a sold out show… Read More »

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