Alberta Agriculture information and publications
Alberta Institute of Agrologists Alberta Institute of Agrologists (AIA) is a professional regulatory body that has entered into an agreement with the Government of Alberta to formally regulate the activities of its members. The profession of agrology demands integrity, competence and objectivity in the conduct of its regulated member while fulfilling their professional responsibilities to the public, employer or client, the profession and other regulated members. Agrology is a growing profession that is at the forefront of many critical issues, such as food productions and food safety, bio-resource health and environmental quality. The dynamic nature of the profession requires that members commit to life-long learning through continued professional development. The AIA is empowered under the Agrology Profession Act and Regulations of Alberta. Over 2500 Agrologists are registered with AIA. The institute regulates the practice of Professional Agrologists (PAg), Agrologists in Training (AIT), Registered Technologists in Agrology (RT(Ag)), and Agrology Technologists in Training (ATT).
Alberta Soil Information Centre (ASIC) provides soil information in the form of digital files, published maps, and reports by the Alberta Government. It also includes the Alberta Soil Information Viewer.
Fast Farmer takes teachings and tips, offering them up in a simple, easy to understand way.
GreenHectares aims to help develop opportunities for people to connect, collaborate and learn so they can be a thriving part of the agriculture industry, or a contributing force in their rural community.