Priorities of the Agriculture Division include training landowners to control weeds, diseases and insects, to prevent the establishment of new weeds, roadside vegetation management, and to prevent soil erosion.
It’s once again time for community groups to ‘Pitch In’ to keep our community looking its best. Brazeau County has funding available for community groups interested in taking part in the annual Pitch In Program. Funding is available for all areas in the County and groups will be supplied with safety gear and garbage bags for the roadside clean-up initiative.
Those interested in participating can apply by filling out the below application, along with a letter of interest, to:
Brazeau County, Box 77-7401 Twp Rd 494, Drayton Valley, AB T7A 1R1, Attn: Lisa Rabel
Deadline to apply for the program is May 9th, 2016.
Clean up dates are from May 13th, 2016 to June 6th, 2016.
The Agricultural Service Board of Brazeau County provides up to two (2) $500 bursaries to students residing in Brazeau County enrolled in a post-secondary institution in pursuit of agriculture-related field of study. The deadline for 2016 applications is November 15, 2016
- New on the Agriculture Pest Act list are wild boars which are moving south through neighboring counties. Currently, none have been found in Brazeau County. We have joined the Wild Boar Bounty Program from Alberta Agriculture. The municipality pays the hunters $50 per pair of wild boar at large ears submitted and collects a signed declaration that states the animal was at large, was killed humanely and legally and the legal land location where the animal was killed.