AAAS Convention 2022

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2022 Delegate Book - DRAFT 10

** Please Note: Schedule is tentative and subject to change **

Hourly Schedule

New DayPre-Conference (February 3, 2022)

90 DAY COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP BOOT CAMP
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 3, 2021 Designed by Award Winning Community Builder and Leadership Development Innovator Ian Hill, the Leadership Bootcamp is designed to equip participants with the four leadership competencies of today’s effective community leader, support and nature participants with a proven change process and inspire them into action! This 90 day, competency based, community leadership development program will instill the leadership approaches needed to be effective in todays every changing world! If you would like to see an increase in volunteerism, greater community ownership and pride, improved performance for yourself and those around you and the strengthening of your community’s resiliency, then Leadership Boot Camp is for you! This workshop will have a maximum of 50 registrations available. Pre-registration is required
Speakers:
Ian Hill
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
MNP - Treasurer Training - Level 2
In partnership with MNP, AAAS will be providing in-person training courses that will combine bookkeeping theory applied learning principles to enable members to build and practice skills. Participants will learn how to apply hands-on training to their real-life work. Each training session will have two components: the first will focus on explaining key topics, and the second on allowing participants to practice their new knowledge through in-class assignments. LEVEL TWO: INTERMEDIATE (maximum of 15 persons per location) Understanding AAAS granting programs, processes, and reporting Training on a computerized bookkeeping software program (QuickBooks) Demonstrate and refine bookkeeping techniques, journal entries and other exercises Introduction to: Developing, adjusting, and administering budgets. Cost: There will be a registration cost of $200.00 per delegate.
Speakers:
Zack Ziolkowski
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
MNP - Treasurer Training - Level 3
LEVEL THREE: ADVANCED Thursday, February 3, 2022 This workshop will introduce participants to advanced training techniques in QuickBooks Online accounting software and introduction to understanding the facility lifecycle and strategic planning. During this workshop, participants will learn advanced QuickBooks Online techniques, including the features of setting up Class Tracking, creating and using Budgets, preparing year-end financial statements and reports, and understanding them. Participants will be introduced to asset management and strategic planning. Advanced training on a computerized bookkeeping software program (QuickBooks). Demonstrate the ability to prepare for year-end financial statements Demonstrate the ability to analyze financial statements Understand the basic components of a facility lifecycle plan Introduction to strategic planning and risk management Cost: There will be a registration cost of $200.00 per delegate.
Speakers:
Aaron Moore
11:00am - 3:30pm
Ice Arena Training Workshop
Ice Arena Training preregistration required): This course is ideal for the frontline, grassroots Arena Operator who is looking to upgrade their skills in ice facility operations. The following areas will be covered in this course: changing the blade and leveling, safety concerns, proper shaving techniques, proper flooding techniques, proper use of an edger, hand edging, line repairs, board repairs, changing glass, and janitorial concerns. Participants are encouraged to bring warm clothing and a CSA-approved hockey helmet for on-ice sessions. **Special Note: Spots are limited to the first 25 registrants and each Agricultural Society may send up to 2 delegates. If there are still available spots after January 10, 2022, an Agricultural Society may send more than 2 members. Cost: There will be a registration cost of $75.00 per delegate.
Speakers:
Chris McKenna
6:00pm - 9:00pm
Tradeshow at Entertainment Centre
Entertainment Centre
6:30pm - 9:00pm
Thursday - Small Stage Showcase
Three Hat Circus
7:00 pm - 7:45 pm
SPONSOR SESSIONS
Details to Follow
7:50 pm - 8:35 pm
SPONSOR SESSIONS
Concurrent Sessions in the Entertainment Centre

Day 1 (February 4, 2022)

7:00 am - 4:00pm
Registration
Main Hotel Lobby. Please have your Photo ID QR Code or Negative Covid Test available
7:00 am - 8:00 am
Breakfast ,Welcome, Covid Protocols/Orientation
Entertainment Centre
8:15 am - 12:00 pm
Bylaw Review Workshop
Speakers:
Tim Carson
8:15 am - 12:00 pm
MNP - Treasurer Training - Level 1
In partnership with MNP, AAAS will be providing in-person training courses that will combine bookkeeping theory applied learning principles to enable members to build and practice skills. Participants will learn how to apply hands-on training to their real-life work. Each training session will have two components: the first will focus on explaining key topics, and the second on allowing participants to practice their new knowledge through in-class assignments. LEVEL ONE: INTRODUCTION (maximum of 15 persons per location) Understanding the fiduciary responsibility for Not for Profits and Agricultural Societies. Learn about the accounting cycle, terminology, and setting up a chart of accounts Review Tax Reporting and compliance Learn and practice manual bookkeeping techniques, journal entries, and other exercises Cost: There will be a registration cost of $100.00 per delegate.
Speakers:
Kelleen Tait
8:15 am - 12:00 pm
Farmers Market Training
Do you manage an Alberta approved farmers’ market? Is your Ag Society interested in starting a farmers’ market in your community? Then this session is for you. Join us for a half-day introductory workshop explaining the basics needed to manage an Alberta approved farmers’ market. Attend this workshop if you are an Alberta approved farmers’ market manager who has not completed this mandatory training or if you are interested in learning more about the responsibilities and role of a farmers’ market manager. Bring your experiences and questions for a morning of sharing and learning!
Speakers:
Eileen Kotowich
8:15 am - 12:00 pm
Catalyst for the Renaissance
Throughout history after every Pandemic there has been a renaissance in communities and society! Ag Societies across Alberta are primely poised to be the catalyst for this renaissance in the Communities they serve. The Ag Society can be both figuratively and literally the heart of any community; it can pump life-giving blood throughout any region, with the potential of touching, in a meaningful way, every citizen. Designed specifically for those in these critical organizations, this life changing workshop will remind all who attend why we do what we do, while discussing leading edge ideas to reengage volunteers, collaborative strategies and proven concepts for building community capacity needed to take on the challenges of today.
Speakers:
Ian Hill
8:15 am - 12:00 pm
Volunteer Recruitment & Retention
Join Brenda Robinson for an informative session on how to recruit, manage, motivate, and communicate with volunteers for long term retention.
Speakers:
Brenda Robinson
11:15am - 12:00 pm
SERVICE MEMBER MEETING
Entertainment Centre
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
Lunch
Lunch will be served at the Entertainment Centre
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm
Round Table Discussions
12:45 - 3:30pm
Tradeshow
Entertainment Centre
1:00pm - 1:45pm
Sponsor Session
Concurrent Sponsor Sessions in Entertainment Centre
1:00pm - 1:30pm
Farm Safety Showcase
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Minister's Forum
Session details to follow
Speakers:
Mike Labelle
6:00 pm - 6:15 pm
Evening Ceremonies with Opening Prayer
Entertainment Centre
6:15 pm - 6:30 pm
Cocktails
Entertainment Centre
6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Dinner & Awards
Entertainment Centre
Speakers:
Jody Seeley
7:45 pm - 8:30pm
Opening Keynote Speaker - LISA BELANGER
Lisa is the CEO of ConsciousWorks, a consulting firm that helps leaders apply the findings from leading-edge scientific research to maximize their health, mental capacity and performance. Prior to COVID-19, Lisa was traveling the world (with her two month old baby) visiting companies to explore workplace culture, leadership, and communities. Lisa has created and hosts the popular podcast, The Science of Work. Lisa is also the founder of a national charity, Knight’s Cabin, offering wellness programming to cancer survivors and the author of Inspire Me Well: Finding Motivation to Take Control of Your Health & A Cup of Mindfulness: For the Busy & Restless. Her greatest accomplishments include climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with her father, running the Paris Marathon, and being a professional snack holder to two tiny humans.
Speakers:
Dr. Lisa Belanger
Showcase
Entertainment Centre: Tracey Millar, The Wardens, Paul Isaak, Travis Dolter, My Dog Sam

Day 2 (February 5, 2022)

7:30 am - 9:00 am
Breakfast & Year In Review
Entertainment Centre
Speakers:
Tim Carson
9:15 am - 10:00 am
Regional Meetings
10:15 am - 11:45 pm
Challenging Our Old (Wrong) Assumptions (To Emerge Stronger and More Resilient)
This workshop will start with a presentation about 13 assumptions we are making that take us and our organizations in the wrong direction. It will then move into a workshop conversation about how we and our organizations can emerge stronger and more resilient. Both workshops are the same, but all are welcome to attend both if they wish to continue the discussion and delve deeper.
Speakers:
Doug Griffiths
10:15 am - 11:45 pm
Government Relations
This session will examine ways you can improve your events, with a focus on revenue generation.
Speakers:
Zack Ziolkowski
10:15 am - 11:45 pm
OH Please! Not another Meeting !
Time is the most valuable gift people give. Ensuring we make the most of their investment, and ours, during meetings will enhance everyone's success.
Speakers:
Tim Carson
10:15 am - 11:45 pm
MNP - Financial Literacy for Board Members
This workshop will teach participants the essential skill of knowing how to both read and understand financial statements. Participants will go through examples of financial statements and accounts. They will learn how to read a financial statement, but also translate what the numbers mean for their organization.
Speakers:
Kelleen Tait
10:15 am - 11:45 pm
Back Home Again: A Story of Community Resiliency
Speaker: Charmaine Hammond. He is an expert in collaboration, facilitating stakeholders on projects that involve many partners and building resilient communities. In this session Charmaine will talk about building resilience and collaboration in your community. Using the Back Home Again movie as the case study you will learn the key foundations of community collaboration, steps to building resilience in your community and ways Agriculture Societies can create bigger community impact through the projects they host and support. Everyone will receive a PDF copy of Charmaine's book Working Better Together.
Speakers:
Dr. Klay Dyer
10:15 am - 11:45 pm
Effective Communication in these Changing Times
Communication (in one for or another) is key to the majority of what you do everyday. In this breakout session we will layout for you a process and system to be a more effective communicator in today’s changing times! Participants will: Learn the 4 styles of communication Better understand the 5 steps of the communication loop Have a more in-depth understanding of the role of the sender and receiver in interpersonal communication.
Speakers:
Ian Hill
10:15 am - 11:45 pm
Rebuilding Connection and Community
Session details to follow
Speakers:
Dr. Lisa Belanger
12:00pm - 1:45pm
Lunch
Entertainment Centre
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Community Engagement & Urban Rural Connections
This workshop will start with a presentation about 13 assumptions we are making that take us and our organizations in the wrong direction. It will then move into a workshop conversation about how we and our organizations can emerge stronger and more resilient. Both workshops are the same, but all are welcome to attend both if they wish to continue the discussion and delve deeper.
Speakers:
Doug Griffiths
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Government Relations
This session will examine ways you can improve your events, with a focus on revenue generation.
Speakers:
Zack Ziolkowski
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Strategic Planning Today-Critical or Nice to Have?
Municipalities, key stakeholders and other influential organizations are continually playing a stronger role in shaping the landscape in rural Alberta for the future. Setting aside time at the conference to better understand the merging situations and appreciate the opportunities that are present with these key stakeholders has never been of greater importance. The session will dedicate time talking about the "why" it is important to work with your municipality, provide real examples of how other ag. societies work to date and then also focus on the "how". A resource template has been developed by AAAS to train and assist your society in the key messages and information that will be of value to share it with their municipalities or other organizations. Each delegate will leave the session either with this document filled out or at least started on. This session is also wonderful opportunity to reconnect with your strategic plan as it will support your ability to share your organizations overview and impact to the community
Speakers:
Max Fritz
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Back Home Again: A Story of Community Resiliency
Speaker: Charmaine Hammond Charmaine Hammond is an expert in collaboration, facilitating stakeholders on projects that involve many partners and building resilient communities. In this session Charmaine will talk about building resilience and collaboration in your community. Using the Back Home Again movie as the case study you will learn the key foundations of community collaboration, steps to building resilience in your community and ways Agriculture Societies can create bigger community impact through the projects they host and support. Everyone will receive a PDF copy of Charmaine's book Working Better Together.
Speakers:
Charmaine Hammond
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Unleash- Power of Effective Delegation
Effective delegation is one of the most important tools that today’s effective leader can have in their tool kit and it is the key to doing more with less. In this breakout session participants will be given a proactive, linear, structured approach to delegation and the tools for effective implementation. Participants will: Have a greater understanding of how to create a delegation framework How to use a proficiency based delegation structure Learn the 4 levels of authority Have a deeper understanding of the “ask and recommend”, “act on own” continuum.
Speakers:
Ian Hill
2:00pm - 3:30pm
Agricultural Societies Program Update (Alberta Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Economic Development )
This break out session will provide an overview and update on grant applications, annual returns, bylaws, and the new Agricultural Societies Regulation. Learn about how agricultural societies can benefit from new organizational flexibility, get your program questions answered, and pick up key tips for successful applications and returns.
Speakers:
Carmen Andrew, Monika Warring
3:45pm - 4:45pm
2022 AGM
5:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Cocktails & Showcase Acts
Entertainment Centre
Speakers:
Jody Seeley, Mike Labelle
6:00 pm - 8:30pm
Dinner & Marketing Awards
Entertainment Centre
7:15 pm - 8:30 pm
Closing Keynote Speaker -DOUG GRIFFITHS
Everything is About to Change – Adapt or Die In the spirit of13 Ways, Doug will take you through how things are changing and what it means to our future, to your future, and to the future of Agriculture Societies. There will be a focus on why we resist it, and what we can do to adapt to, and even take advantage of, change to find a pathway to success for our communities, for our association, and for ourselves. Doug Griffiths is a wildly popular community strategist and author of the famed book, 13 Ways to Kill Your Community. He has supported, guided and inspired hundreds of communities to create effective change. Griffiths is a former Canadian politician and Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta. He retired from politics in January 2015 to actively pursue his passion for helping communities. Doug’s mission is to help North American communities identify what is holding them back from finding success. He works with communities to develop strategies to help them overcome their weaknesses. His solutions have built up many communities and allowed them to get on a better path. The 13 Ways President and CEO grew up on a ranch outside of a small community. His upbringing was a great practical education for Doug, as it gave him a strong work ethic and critical thinking skills.
Speakers:
Doug Griffiths
8:00pm - 11:00 pm
Evening Showcase
Entertainment Centre
Ian Hill
Ian Hill
The Change Point
Business leader, social innovator, humanitarian, Ian Hill’s life is better witnessed than told. From his great successes to epic his failures, through it all, Ian has worked to lighten the burden of his fellow man and bring hope to all that he encountered. Ian has been recognized for his commitment to positive change by the National Council for Community and Justice and the Martin Luther King Jr. Commission, which both named him Humanitarian of the Year. Ian’s Let Them Be Kids program was nominated for the Prime Minister’s National Volunteer Organization of the Year award
Zack Ziolkowski
Zack Ziolkowski
Government Relations Counselor
Zack is an experienced government relations professional having worked in Alberta politics for 10 years including as the Director of Research and Communications for the Government Members Caucus and managing various political campaigns. He pairs this political experience with his strong policy background having worked with the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association on developing amendments to the Municipal Government Act. Zack’s role at Alberta Counsel is to work with clients to find creative solutions to their advocacy challenges and guide them through the complex Alberta political landscape. In addition to this, Zack also hosts a variety of informational webinars, town halls, and education sessions on a wide breadth of topics.
Aaron Moore
Aaron Moore
Speaker
Aaron is a manager and ease service line champion in the Lethbridge MNP office and has been with MNP for 6 years. He specializes in providing assurance, and advisory services to a broad range of clients including governmental organization, not-for-profit organization, municipalities, first nations and many for profit enterprises in Southern Alberta.
Chris McKenna
Chris McKenna
Recreation Facility Instructor
Chris is the current President of ARRFP and has been an instructor there for 30 years. He has operated many different ice surfaces including in the NHL for the Edmonton Oilers and the Phoenix Coyotes. Chris is the Operations Manager for the Town of Ponoka and is the former General Manager of a farm team operated by the Toronto Blue Jays.
Tim Carson
Tim Carson
CEO
Tim has spent most of his life living, working, and playing in rural Alberta. Through the many twists and turns his career has taken, Tim has developed a deep passion for rural communities and the need for renewed success in the 21st century. For more than a decade now Tim has channeled his rural enthusiasm towards Agricultural Societies, recognizing that volunteers and their passions are the heart and soul of communities. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the Alberta Association of Agricultural Societies and has had the opportunity to meet tremendous people from across Alberta, Canada, and the United States who are directly connected to the fair industry and rural. These connections and experiences have provided a unique perspective on the challenges facing rural communities. Tim and his wife Kim live on 80 acres outside a small community just north of Edmonton and along with their 2 sons are continuing to live, work and play in rural Alberta.
Kelleen Tait
Kelleen Tait
National Lead, Assurance, Agriculture, Livestock & Poultry
Kelleen is a Partner and Business Advisor with MNP in Lethbridge. Drawing on significant experience working with the agriculture sector, Kelleen delivers a comprehensive suite of assurance and advisory services to agricultural producers, food processors, and the Hutterian Brethren. She also works with high-net-worth individuals, private enterprises, and non-profit organizations. Kelleen’s assistance includes audits and reviews, AgriStability and tax planning as well as advising on strategies for growth, benchmarking, and achieving business goals. She works closely with clients to ensure they understand their financial situation and can plan for the future, providing suggestions for strengthening their businesses based on their unique situations and industry best practices. Her clients include groups of companies in the agriculture sector as well as feedlots and intensive livestock operations. In 2008, Kelleen obtained her Bachelor of Business Administration degree from St. Francis Xavier University, where she majored in accounting and spent a semester each in Helsinki and London. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (CA) in 2011. Kelleen is treasurer of the board for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lethbridge and District.
Eileen Kotowich
Eileen Kotowich
Provincial Farmers’ Market Specialist
Eileen Kotowich is the provincial farmers’ market specialist. She manages and administers the Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market Program for the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. Her days are spent coaching and educating boards, managers, and vendors on the ins and outs of farmers’ markets. Eileen’s passion is for local food and for the small producers and processors who choose to sell through farmers’ markets. In addition to her work with the Program, Eileen works with the Explore Local team to deliver training events for clients selling direct to consumers and was the lead for the Local Food team that developed Alberta’s first local food legislation, Supporting Alberta’s Local Food Sector Act.
Brenda Robinson
Brenda Robinson
Speaker & Trainer
Brenda is a speaker, trainer, writer, and consultant. She has been addressing groups for over twenty years on topics related to communications, humour, laughter, positive working skills, and wellness in general. Brenda received her Bachelor of Arts from Brandon University in Brandon, Manitoba (Major in English) and her Masters of Education from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C. in 1998.
Mike Labelle
Mike Labelle
Emcee
Mike Labelle is a CPRA accredited rodeo announcer and has over 12 years of experience in this field. His career in rodeo announcing has also included freelance work for both television and radio. He has professional experience in traditional and satellite radio doing voice-tracking, hosting/creating a countdown show, and co-hosting and reporting. He is the co-owner of his own media company, LimeLite Audio, and Media. As a rodeo celebrity and spokesperson for many sponsors, he has also emceed a number of events over the years. He is professional, prepared, and well-spoken. Freelance voicing is also a passion of Mike's. He's voiced a number of commercials for media across Alberta. He is also the host of a podcast show called 'The Mike Labelle Rodeo Podcast.' (You can find it on his social media, iTunes and Spotify.) When he's not working or on the rodeo trail, he's trying to keep up with his four athletic daughter's extra-curricular activities in Calgary, Alberta along with his wife Nadine.
Jody Seeley
Jody Seeley
Emcee
Jody Seeley has over 22 years of experience in the media, social media and radio industries.  She currently heads up Our High River and works to grow citizen engagement in High River, Alberta. She co-owns her own Media Company called LimeLite Audio and Media.  She is a Communications Specialist with the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association and hosts her own podcast called The Jody Seeley Show. (available on iTunes and Spotify) Jody is also a professional emcee.  She has hosted numerous events over the years in various communities.  If you want someone who can make your event shine even brighter, hire Jody for the job. Freelance voicing is also one of Jody's greatest skills.  She is an on-hold voice for various businesses across Canada, was the station imaging voice for over 10 radio stations across the country, plus she has voiced numerous commercials, videos, DVDs and more! Jody has a passion for community.  She was named a Flood Hero from the Alberta Government for being the voice of "hope" in the community of High River.  She is the past winner of the Okotoks & District Chamber of Commerce - Community Service Excellence Award, she won Industry Person of the Year from the Association of Country Music of Alberta - twice (made it top 5 in nominations for over 5 years) and has been nominated four times for Music Director of the Year with the Canadian Country Music Association.
Dr. Lisa Belanger
Dr. Lisa Belanger
Conscious Works
Lisa is the CEO of ConsciousWorks, a consulting firm that helps leaders apply the findings from leading-edge scientific research to maximize their health, mental capacity and performance. Prior to COVID-19, Lisa was traveling the world (with her two month old baby) visiting companies to explore workplace culture, leadership, and communities. Lisa has created and hosts the popular podcast, The Science of Work. Lisa is also the founder of a national charity, Knight’s Cabin, offering wellness programming to cancer survivors and the author of Inspire Me Well: Finding Motivation to Take Control of Your Health & A Cup of Mindfulness: For the Busy & Restless. Her greatest accomplishments include climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with her father, running the Paris Marathon, and being a professional snack holder to two tiny humans.
Doug Griffiths
Doug Griffiths
13 Ways Founder
Doug Griffiths has helped improve over 500 communities across North America. After retiring from politics in 2015, he founded  13 Ways, a company dedicated to helping communities grow and thrive through speaking, consulting, rebranding as part of an overall community growth strategy.
Dr. Klay Dyer
Dr. Klay Dyer
Consultant
Dr. Klay Dyer is an Alberta-based writer and consultant with decades of grant success to share. Since leaving the academic world over a decade ago he has specialized in working with local organizations across Alberta to help them complete projects and maintain programs through strategic grant and sponsorship funding.
Max Fritz
Max Fritz
CPA
Max brings a unique suite of skills from an extensive business background. His previous senior positions have harnessed a passion for advocating for Alberta’s world class landscape and the critical fabric of rural communities and people that care for it so well. He is a perceptive individual who enjoys working with organizations in building realistic strategic solutions that advances their relevance and purpose; this blends well in his current leadership position with a regional land conservation organization where he has the pleasure of safeguarding the beauty of our natural landscape in partnership with ranchers and farmers that share those same values.
Charmaine Hammond
Charmaine Hammond
Speaker & Consultant
Charmaine Hammond is an expert in collaboration, facilitating stakeholders on projects that involve many partners and building resilient communities. In this session Charmaine will talk about building resilience and collaboration in your community.  Using the Back Home Again movie as the case study you will learn the key foundations of community collaboration, steps to building resilience in your community and ways Agriculture Societies can create bigger community impact through the projects they host and support. Everyone will receive a PDF copy of Charmaine's book Working Better Together. About the Back Home Again movie The award winning Back Home Again movie was inspired by community resiliency after one of the largest wildfire evacuations in Canadian history impacted the lives of more than 80,000 residents. Told through the eyes of the woodland creatures that inhabit the land of Fort McMurray Wood Buffalo, Back Home Again has an all-star voice cast, that aims to build mental health awareness and spark conversations in communities across Canada and around the world. Including Jeremy Renner, Martin Short, Kim Basinger, Eugene Levy, Norm Macdonald, Catherine O’Hara, Michael J. Fox, Howie Mandel, Lorne Cardinal, Gordon Pinsent, Mena Suvari, Bill Burr, Tom Green, Tantoo Cardinal, Marlon Wayans, Harland Williams, Sherri Shepherd, Scott Thompson, and Ed Asner. Screenwriter/Director Michael Mankowski calls this a “love letter to his community.”  Executive Producer Charmaine Hammond describes the movie as a conversation starter about hope, community and mental health, a conversation needed now more than ever.” Watch the official movie trailer here: https://youtu.be/Gz-QJhm5uKI
Carmen Andrew
Carmen Andrew
Director
Carmen is the Director of Rural Programming with Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Economic Development. The Alberta Agricultural Societies Program is one of the main projects in her portfolio, in addition to the Ag-Info Centre, Agri-News and other key agricultural recognition programs like the Century Farm and Ranch Award and Agriculture Hall of Fame. Carmen is based out of the Stettler office, resides in the central Alberta village of Delburne and is active with her community and family.
Monika Warring
Monika Warring
I would like to introduce myself. My name is Monika Warring and I have been with the Government of Alberta for a little over 8 years. About 3 years ago I joined the Rural Policy and Programming Section as Grant Program Support. I process the Agricultural Societies Annual Grant and Annual Return applications and assist with the review of Bylaws. Those are just a few of the many ways I am available to assist agricultural societies. I can be found in the Stony Plain Office of Alberta Agriculture, Forestry and Rural Economic Development.  An original Eastern transplant I have lived in Alberta for over 30 years and currently live in the Lac Ste Anne County.

Date

Feb 03 - 05 2022
Expired!

Time

8:00 am - 11:00 pm

Cost

$366.45
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