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Forestry information and programs.
Information about wildfires in Alberta.
Calculators and other decision making tools for growing, managing and selling crops.
Follow recent updates on agricultural topics including crops, livestock, business, and food and agricultural processing.
A five-year, $3 billion federal-provincial-territorial investment in the agriculture, agri-food and agri-based products sector.
Supports to increase efficiency of resource use, lower greenhouse gas emissions, and improve adaptation to changing climates.
Trade and market information for Alberta businesses wishing to import products or export their product internationally.
The Local Food Council brings together leaders from the local food industry to help guide Alberta's future in the local food sector.
Workplace legislation regarding waged, non-family farm workers.
Before you head out, be sure to get a temporary, non-commercial timber permit.
Provincial Dairy Cost study
Enroll in this free research program that helps dairy farmers make profitable decisions.
Sign up to participate in this free farm business analysis and research program for producers.
Farm Health and Safety Producer Grant
This grant is now open to help agriculture employers comply with new OHS Code requirements.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry is responsible for:
- policies, legislation, regulations and services necessary for Alberta’s agriculture, food and forest sectors to grow, prosper and diversify
- inspiring public confidence in wildfire and forest management and the quality and safety of food
- supporting environmentally sustainable resource management practices
- leading collaboration that enables safe and resilient rural communities
- Jan 21, 2019
Alberta Agriculture and Forestry is helping fund a three-year pilot program that will recycle agricultural plastics.
- Dec 13, 2018
A new agreement will safeguard sustainable forestry in the Slave Lake region for the next two decades.
- Dec 04, 2018
Three outstanding Albertans are being recognized for their longtime service to 4-H and their communities.