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Its Tick Time! Ticks are most active during the spring, summer and fall seasons and can be active when the temperatures are above 4 degrees Celsius. Alberta is home to many species of ticks. Most tick species in Alberta do not carry the bacteria that can cause Lyme disease in people. However, there is evidence […]

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World Water Day

You and your family, school and community can make a difference by changing the way you use, consume and manage water in your lives. Learn more here. Choose your actions! Make a list of personal commitments to solve the water supply and water quality issues in Wheatland County. Here are some ways to help make […]

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Water Well Management For Well Owners

Media Release For Immediate Release Water Well Workshop Coming to Wheatland CountyInformative Working Well program helps residents protect their drinking water. Wheatland County, April 19th, 2023 – Did you know a poorly maintained water well can put your water supply at risk? As a landowner, you’re responsible for looking after the water wells on your property. […]

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Farm Succession Workshop

We’ve Got To Talk About It: Getting Started on Farm Succession Evening Farm Succession Seminar for Farm Families/ Businesses with expert mediator and advisor Reg Shandro. This farm succession seminar will introduce the culture, functional tools and necessary processes that have been designed with practicality in mind to smoothly transition farming/ranching operations within families and […]

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Division 3 Town Hall Meeting

March 16 | Carseland Community Centre | 7 PM Councillor Donna Biggar is hosting a Division 3 town hall meeting with the Carseland & District Community Association & Agricultural Society at 7:00 pm on Thursday, March 16, 2023, at the Carseland Community Centre. Join Councillor Biggar and learn about Wheatland County’s Strategic Plan, initiatives, and general […]

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Producer Funding Opportunities

February 23, 2023Standard Community HallGuest Speaker: Grant Lastiwka Join us on February 23rd to hear Grant Lastiwka speak on topics such as: Grazing Principles Utilizing New and Existing Water Sources Pasture Design Tips to Improve Rotational Grazing Introduction to Cover Crops On-Farm Climate Action Funding To offset the cost of implementing new rotational grazing plans, […]

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Farmers’ Advocate Office – Renewable Energy Presentation

During a virtual CRMA meeting on February 3, Darcy Allen, energy, utilities and policy specialist with the Farmers’ Advocate Office, gave a presentation on Renewable Energy Project Approvals.⁣ ⁣⁣⁣The high-level overview provided landowners insight into why renewable energy operators are approaching landowners for leasing opportunities, highlighted general renewable energy regulatory requirements, and presented some property rights […]

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Shelterbelt and Tree Care Workshop

It’s time to start thinking about your spring tree planting projects at the Shelterbelt and Tree Care Workshop with Tosos Bozic! Join us on March 13th, at 6:00 pm at the Wheatland County Administration Building. In this free workshop, you will learn about: •              Shelterbelt design   •              Site selection & preparation •              Tree & shrub […]

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World Wetlands Day

Today is World Wetlands Day! ⁣⁣⁣⁣Did you know that wetlands are disappearing three times faster than forests? They are earth’s most threatened ecosystem. ⁣⁣⁣⁣The vicious cycle of wetland loss threatens water and soil quality, habitat, plant, and animal biological diversity. Many wildlife species rely on wetlands for feeding and nesting grounds. Additionally, wetlands provide water […]

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