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Agricultural Services   

Attention Alberta Livestock Producers and Beekeepers


Click here for AgriRecovery Information

 Alberta first to outline AgriRecovery submission to deal with 2021 drought impacts

Realagriculture Western Canada: Weekend Insight 

Click here to read their article on the 2021 growing season, buying out grain contracts and more. 


 Resources for Producers during Dry Conditions 

 Calling All Producers


Help identify key factors limiting CWRS yield potential


Take part in a prairie‐wide project to generate baseline producer data on current CWRS wheat management practices in irrigated and dryland production systems. This project aims to identify the key factors that prevent CWRS wheat producers from obtaining potential yields achievable on individual farms.
Simply provide us with yield and other agronomic data specific to your CWRS wheat production fields. Leave the in‐depth data analysis of on‐farm factors contributing to a Yield Gap in prairie CWRS wheat production to us. Specifically, we need grain yield and agronomic data for at least two dryland or irrigated CWRS fields from both 2019 and 2020.
To participate, contact Jamie Puchinger  (office 403-317-0022).  All data submissions are strictly confidential.
Our project objective is to WORK FOR YOU. Our goal is to use YOUR data to help YOU realize higher wheat yields on YOUR farm fields. 
Once you know what production factors hold back YOUR current wheat yields, you can aim for your field’s highest yield potential.
This project is a collaboration with colleagues at the Global Yield Gap Atlas, Kansas State University, and provincial experts from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Alberta Wheat and Barley Commission, Alberta Innovates BioSolutions, Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission, and Manitoba Wheat and Barley Growers Association fund this project.

Agricultural Service Board Fact Sheet

click HERE to view.



North Peace Regional Landfill Grain Bag & Twine Recycling 



The Landfill is now accepting Grain Bags and Twine for Recycling.

Click the links below for more information:


NPRL Agricultural Plastic Acceptance Policy

Ag Waste & Recycling 101 - Alberta

Grain Bag & Twine Recycling



New Farm Safety Rules In Effect Jan. 31, 2020

for more information CLICK HERE.

AgSafe Alberta launches new and improved FarmSafe Plan

click here for article



  Battle Against Clubroot

"In denial? Farmers ‘failing’ in battle against clubroot"- read the article HERE.


Turn Carbon into Cash with Trimble Carbon Credits

Alberta farmers have the opportunity to do their part to help in the effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by observing certain standards. These practices earn farmers 'carbon credits', which they can sell back to regulated industries to 'offset' their emissions. These practices go a long way toward achieving compliance with international environmental standards and—with the right paperwork and data support—they can also put extra cash in farmers' pockets.
There's never been a better time to take advantage of carbon offsets. The value of a carbon credit is $30 per metric tonne (or CO2e), effective January 1, 2019. This price represents a 50% increase over previous years and is expected to increase 66% by 2022!

For more information please click HERE.


This grant will help eligible agriculture employers comply with new occupational health and safety (OHS) requirements and offset some of the costs employers may incur in complying with OHS regulations for farms and ranches, which take effect Dec. 1, 2018  
The following two links below contain further information:
click here  and  here 



 Dangers of Blue-Green Algae

An Alberta Agriculture and Forestry (AF) water specialist has a warning about the dangers of blue-green algae. Please click HERE for more information. 

An Alberta Agriculture and Forestry (AF) water specialist has a warning about the dangers of blue-green algae. Please click HERE for more information. 

 MacAulay launches six federal programs under new Canadian Agriculture Partnership

For more information please click HERE.


  Alberta EFP (Environmental Farm Plan) Renewal 

For more information please click HERE 

Wetland Information Pamphlet

To view please click HERE 

 For Important Information on Disposal of Agricultural Plastics Please Click HERE


Water Quality Considerations for Surface and Subsurface Agricultural Drainage 

To view click HERE 


MD of Fairview Agricultural Service Board (ASB) Mission, Vision & Values - CLICK HERE TO VIEW

ASB Policy: Three positions to be appointed for a three year term with member's end of terms alternating, requiring only one new appointment per year.

ASB Policy Manual

to view click here 

ASB Meeting Minutes    


February 25, 2021 - agenda


April 16, 2020

November 5, 2020

December 16, 2020 - agenda 


March 27, 2019

October 31, 2019

December 18, 2019 



February 15, 2017
March 29, 2017
August 10, 2017
October 17, 2017
December 18, 2017


January 13, 2016 - Special Meeting

January 22, 2016 - Special Meeting

February 3, 2016

ASB Members

Phil Kolodychuk  - ASB Chairman (Council member) 
Bev Wieben (Council member)
Barry Dewitz (Member at large)
Lorne Frank (Member at large)
Kent Moskalyk (Member at large)








RCMP MD of Fairview
Crime Map


Crossroads Resource Centre
Mighty Peace
Fairview Restorative Justice
Fairview Chamber
Town of Fairview
Peace River School Div.
G.P. Catholic School Div.
Fairview Ski Hill
Alberta Health Services
Dunvegan Fish & Game