West-Central Forage Association (WCFA) is a non-profit agricultural organization based out of Entwistle, Alberta since 1978. WCFA serves the needs of forage and livestock producers in the region through demonstrations of new agricultural technology and production practices.
Mission Statement: West-Central Forage Association enhances forage system knowledge to enable the achievement of integrated farm management goals.
Peace Country Beef & Forage Association, formerly known as North Peace Forage Association, was founded in 1982 by livestock producers in the Fairview and Hines Creek area for the purpose of demonstrating new forage varieties and technology in the Peace Country. PCBFA has continued to grow into a dedicated applied-research and extension association, currently serving 10 Municipal Districts and Counties across Northern Alberta’s Peace Region.
Mission: The Peace Country Beef & Forage Association is a producer group with the goal to be a hub of innovative, relevant and local beef, forage, soil health and crop information for Peace Country Producers.
LARA serves the MD of Bonnyville, County of St. Paul, Smoky Lake County and Lac La Biche County. Our goal is to conduct applied research, demonstrations and extension programs that provide valuable unbiased information to local producers.
Mission Statement: LARA conducts innovative, sustainable, unbiased applied agricultural research and extension throughout the Lakeland.
Farming Smarter’s primary focus is applied research that helps southern Alberta crop producers make informed choices around inputs, technology and management practices for their operations. The goal is to sustain our land, water, soil and farmers for the benefit of everyone.
Farming Smarter is a registered Canadian charity.
Established in 1986 to address local agricultural issues.
SARDA is a non-profit organization directed by producers from the Municipal Districts of Smoky River, Greenview, Big Lakes County, Northern Sunrise County and the County of Grande Prairie.
Mission: SARDA Ag Research facilitates the transfer of unbiased information between research institutions, industry, and agriculture producers.
CARA is a producer-directed society dedicated to expanding agricultural research activity in the Special Areas and MD of Acadia. Our program of applied research, demonstration and extension projects provides a link in the transfer of knowledge and technology between research and the producer. Producers, industry, government and others can access reliable data on crop, livestock, soil and water projects that is relevant to the area and its soil and climatic conditions.