The Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC) encourages farmers who want to take on a leadership role in the wheat industry to put their name forward for nomination as an AWC director or regional representative. Positions for two directors and three regional representatives are open in both regions 2 and 4.
Today, the Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC), the Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission (Sask Wheat) and the Manitoba Wheat and Barley Growers Association (MWBGA) announced the formation of the Canadian Wheat Research Coalition (CWRC), a federal not-for-profit corporation that will facilitate long-term investments aimed at improving profitability…
In an ongoing effort to strengthen market opportunities for Canadian wheat, the wheat commissions in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba will be collaborating with grain companies on a renewed representative governance model and strategic direction for the Canadian International Grains Institute (Cigi).
As a member of the National Environmental Farm Plan (NEFP) steering committee, the Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC) invites Agri-food stakeholders from across the value chain to attend the second annual NEFP Summit in Ottawa this November. Building on unprecedented support from last year’s summit, attendees will further develop this…
Alberta’s wheat farmers can now add a Fusarium Head Blight (FHB) risk tool to their agronomy toolbox, improving their ability to make well-informed decisions related to FHB disease management.
The Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC) and Alberta Barley today launched the Advancing Ag Future Leaders Program – an initiative aimed at encouraging young ag professionals to further their careers in the industry. the inaugural event will be held in Red Deer June 8, 2017.
Team Alberta is warning the federal government of serious financial consequences to farmers if they lose the ability to use deferred cash tickets to manage wide variations in their income.