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Agricultural Service Board

The main focus of the County of St. Paul's Agricultural Service Board is to deliver programs that aid our local producers, under the guidelines of the provincial ASB act. These programs and services include: rental equipment, weed and brush control, pests, diseases, predators and conservation programs. Learn more about Alberta's Agriculture Service boards by selecting this link.


Clubroot is a serious soil-borne disease of canola, mustard and other crops in the cabbage family. Cole crop vegetables, for example, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, kale, kohlrabi, radish, rutabaga and turnip, are susceptible to clubroot, as are many cruciferous weeds, for example, wild mustard, stinkweed and shepherd’s purse. Is your field infected?

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Rental Equipment
We offer rental equipment to our local producers that is not readily available or used often enough to own.

Find out more about Rental Equipment here

Weed Control
We work with producers to eliminate weed infestations on private land. Controlling noxious, nuisance weeds and brush are priorities along roadways and municipally controlled lands. The provincial government identifies the weeds on their website.

Find out more about Weed Control here

2019 Roadside Spraying Program 

Pest Control

Pest and predator control is looked after in various ways depending on the pest and the problem level. The provincial government identifies pests and control on their website.

Find out more about Pest Control here

We have always had good working relationship with environmental programs such as the local Research association Lakeland Agricultural research association (L.A.R.A).   

LARA Newsletter Grow With Us   July/August 2019

LARA Workshop - Gabe Brown on Regenerative Ranching and Farming.  August 22 in the County of St. Paul

Western Canada Conference on Soil Health and Grazing (to be held in Edmonton in December)

Farm Family Award Submission Guidelines and Nomination Form 
Northlands is partnering with BMO for the 2019 BMO Farm Family Awards.  Farm Families from Northern and Central Alberta have been recognized by Northlands since 1969.  If you know someone who should be nominated for this prestigious award, complete the application and guidelinesApplications were accepted until May 31, 2019.