This project is a tremendous opportunity for Alberta s agriculture sector, Cargill and the Camrose area, said Verlyn Olson, Minister of Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development.
What does ALA stand for?
ALA stands for Alberta Agriculture
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We have 341 other meanings of ALA in our Acronym Attic
- Advanced Life Administrator (insurance)
- Afghanistan Lawyers Association
- Agricultural Law Association
- Aircraft Load Agent
- Aircraft Loading Agent
- Alabama (old style postal abbreviation)
- Alachua Leadership Alliance (Florida)
- Åland Islands (Finland)
- Alarm Application
- Alcatel Leadership Association
- Alighting Area (aeronautics)
- Aliter Lex Ait (Latin: the law says someting different, epigraphy)
- All Letters Answered (classified ads)
- Allocated Loan Amount (finance)
- Almaty, Kazakhstan - Almaty (Airport Code)
- Alpha Lipoic Acid
- Alpha-Linolenic Acid
- Alternative Learning Academy
- Alternative Location Algorithm
Samples in periodicals archive:
The newly elected Alberta CAMA Board of Directors are: President Jack Zenert, Independent Marketing Consultant and Instructor at Olds College; Secretary/Treasurer Lesley Kelly, Agriculture Marketing Manager, ATB Financial; Ed Anderson, Independent Marketing Analyst; Brad Brinkworth, Senior Editor and Account Manager, Meristem Information Resources; Janet Kanters, Stakeholder Communications Manager, Beef Information Centre; Penny Mah, International Marketing Team Leader, Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development; Lisa Skierka, Special Projects Manager, Alberta Barley Commission, and Deborah Wilson, Livestock Advertising Coordinator, Farm Business Communications.
The samples were then taken to Alberta Agriculture for further testing.
Makowecki was also the founder of the Alberta Food Processors Association and was inducted into the Alberta Agriculture Hall of Fame in 2002.
It initially consisted of a partnership between the Alberta SPCA, Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development (AAFRD), and the Alberta Farm Animal Care Association (AFAC) representing the livestock industry.
We went to Alberta Agriculture and asked there where we could find the heaviest concentration of young cattle ranchers and then we targeted them.
There are the chemists who are employed by Alberta Agriculture to ensure that the honey we are exporting to Japan meets the stringent specifications with respect to levels of pesticide residues.
CONTACT: Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Media relations: (613) 228-6682; Terry Willock, Communications Director, Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, (780) 422-7683