Stop by the Winter Marketplace in Hall E on Sunday, Nov 10 to meet the authors of tawâw: Progressive Indigenous Cuisine from noon to 1 p.m.
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This session will review the issue of rising atmospheric CO2 levels and discuss the role of grasslands in storing carbon, particularly in relation to alternative land uses, including crop agriculture. Presented by Dr. Edward Bork.
Learn and listen from some of Alberta’s Agriculture professionals on how they implemented agritourism experiences to create further awareness of their farm, educate visitors on their industry, and diversify their income source.
Many farmers and ranchers are now actively using drones as part of their daily operations. Markus Weber from LandView Drones will give examples of how they are used to save time and money.
The presentation looks at ways to recognize the signs of stress, burnout and depression. We explore how stress and mental health problems can impact safety on the farm. Presented by Neil Harris.
This presentation focuses on economics, processes, and common tools of family farm transition. You’ll get practical advice on getting started with your family’s plan. Presented by Joel Bokenfohr.
This presentation will be useful for people wanting to prepare scenarios for expansion or diversification of their operations, adding new debt for any reason or addressing financial challenges. Session by Art Lange.
This session will focus on trappers and livestock producers working together to deal with predation problems throughout the province. Presented by Ross Hinter.