Tag Archives: Red Deer

How To Start Farming In Alberta

Posted by Michelle Lam on September 03, 2021 2 Comments

How to start farming in Alberta

A starter kit for those wondering how to start farming in Alberta. Young Agrarians (YA) is a farmer to farmer educational resource network for new and young ecological, organic and regenerative farmers in Canada. Read more about us here.  Young Agrarians recognizes the unresolved Indigenous land title and rights in the diverse territories in what is today called Canada. As we live and work in the context of and in response to a colonial system of laws and policies, it is important to acknowledge the historical and ongoing impact of agriculture and land enclosure on Indigenous lands and food systems. In … Continue reading How To Start Farming In Alberta

JOB: Steel Pony Farm, Red Deer, AB

Posted by Dana Penrice on March 21, 2016

APPLICATION PERIOD NOW CLOSED Steel Pony Farm is looking for a few good hands this summer to help bring the magic of local food to eaters in Red Deer. They’re looking for positive, physically strong, and self-starting people to work on all farm tasks with farm owner Mike Kozlowski. No gardening or farm experience is required, but a good work ethic is a must. Positions start near the beginning of May and can run until the end of August (for college/university students), or the end of October. Duties include transplanting, weeding, harvesting and packing, and there are a lot of other tasks that … Continue reading JOB: Steel Pony Farm, Red Deer, AB

Alberta’s First Young Agrarians Mixer

Posted by Sara Dent on April 02, 2014

National Farm Union Youth gathered on Vancouver Island this past March at the same time as our Vancouver Island Mixer. The Alberta farmers who attended were super excited after the Mixer to gather farmers in their area. We’re stoked to be bringing farm folk together in Red Deer Alberta for a one day event. Join us and help spread the word! Find the event on Facebook here and invite all of your friends:) Click here to download the event flyer and share with your networks: