Team Alberta represents a working collaboration between Alberta’s eight crop commissions: Alberta Barley, Alberta Beekeepers Commission, Alberta Canola, Alberta Pulse Growers, Alberta Seed Growers, Alberta Sugar Beet Growers, Alberta Wheat Commission and the Potato Growers of Alberta.
The crop commissions are producer elected, directed and funded organizations, governed by the Marketing of Agricultural Products Act of the Province of Alberta. Collectively, Team Alberta represents approximately 40,000 farmer members. The commissions work with our respective boards to help farmers succeed by directing funds toward research, market development, communications, education and policy development initiatives that improve the success of Alberta’s farmers.Subscribe To Our Mailing List
Alberta Barley is a farmer-directed, not-for-profit organization representing Alberta’s barley farmers. Alberta Barley collects a mandatory but refundable check-off and reinvests it to grow the barley industry and its profitability. The organization works collaboratively within all levels of agriculture to achieve tangible results that benefit Alberta’s barley growers.
Alberta Beekeepers Commission
The Alberta Beekeepers Commission develops and implements initiatives, and provides tools supporting Alberta Beekeepers, which improves the health of honeybee colonies, promotes the quality of our products and services, and expands partnerships, markets and opportunities.
The Alberta Canola Producers Commission is the province’s first refundable check-off producer organization. The mission of Alberta Canola is to support the long-term success of canola farmers in Alberta through research, extension, consumer engagement, and advocacy for canola farmers.
Alberta Seed Growers
Alberta Seed Growers (ASG) is one of seven provincial or branch associations that serve as a communication link with our national organization, the CSGA. Their role at ASG is to provide marketing and advocacy for their members locally, regionally and nationally. Alberta is a key player in Canada’s seed industry – and account for more than a quarter of Canada’s pedigreed seed acres.