Lac Ste. Anne County is proud to with with a variety of community-focused non-government organizations (NGOs) across the region. These organizations provide a range of services and resources that benefit those who live, work andplay in the Lac Ste. Anne region.
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Non-Government Partner Organizations in Lac Ste. Anne County
The programs and projects members take part in during their time in 4-H helps them become assertive and confident leaders who are able to make decisions and facilitate change. In 4-H members learn to take responsibility, establish goals for themselves and others, plan large projects/events and work towards a greater purpose - making the youth of today great leaders of tomorrow.
4-H Beef & Sheep Sale
Check out the 4H Beef & Sheep Sale at the end of May, and help make Achievement Day 2020 virtually happen! Bidding starts May 31 at 10:00 am and closes June 1 at 7:00 pm. The auction takes pace at teamauctions.com.
Agriculture More than Ever
Ag More Than Ever is an industry-driven cause made up of hundreds of partners and thousands of agvocates from across the country, all committed to improving perceptions, dispelling myths and creating positive dialogue about Canadian ag. We provide resources and a forum for agvocates to tell the real, positive story of Canadian ag.
Alberta Farm Animal Care
Alberta Farm Animal Care is governed by an 8-member board of representatives from the Alberta livestock industry. This membership-based organization recognises that animal welfare issues are a growing international concern and that the public expects all animals to be humanely treated throughout their lifetime. Responsible animal care is necessary for the long-term sustainability of Canada's livestock industry, both domestically and globally.
Alberta Fire Bans
AlbertaFireBans.ca aims to provide information on active fire advisories, fire restrictions, fire bans, OHV restrictions, and forest area closures across Alberta. Supported by participating community members, fire chiefs and municipality administrators are able to post their alerts to the site so the most current and reliable information is always available to the public.
Alberta Fire Chiefs Association
The Alberta Fire Chiefs Association is committed to excellence in the provision of Member-Client Service. As a progressive organization we offer creative solutions, promote and support life safety, preventative and protective services based on the values and principles of our members.
Alberta Fire Training Officers Association
The Alberta Fire Training Officers Association (AFTOA) is a group of like-minded fire instructors, dedicated to gathering innovative and up-to-date information on training standards and providing this information to fire departments so they may effectively and safely train their members.
Darwell Ag Society
The Darwell Ag Society is part of Alberta Association of Agricultural Societies (AAAS); a not for profit, non-governmental, provincial association that advocates and provides resources for the 293 Agricultural Societies in Alberta. The society seeks to encourage improvement in agriculture and enhanced quality of life for persons living in the community by developing educational programs, events, services and facilities.
Do More Agriculture Foundation
The Do More Ariculture Foundation is a not-for-profit organization focusing on mental health in agriculture across Canada. Do More Ag operates under the three 3 pillars of awareness, community and research. As a Canada-wide not-for-profit organization, these pillars drive the organization's focus and efforts across the Ag industry.
Gateway Research Organization
Gateway Research Organization provides cost-effective applied agricultural research, demonstrations, and extension for producers in order to facilitate greater returns to farms by providing economically and scientifically sound information that enables our clients to make informed decisions.
Lake Isle & Lac Ste Anne Water Quality Management Society (LILSA)
LILSA is a non-profit society committed to promote the protection of Lake Isle and Lac Ste Anne. Our goal is to improve the quality of the water. Run entirely by volunteers, the society undertakes many different projects to improve the region's lakes
West-Central Forage Association (WCFA)
West-Central Forage Association (WCFA) is a non-profit agricultural organization based out of Entwistle, Alberta. Since 1978, WCFA has served the needs of forage and livestock producers in the region by demonstrating new agricultural technology and production practices through extension activities, applied research, and knowledge sharing.