APG seeks advisors in all zones to let their names stand at Virtual Zone Meetings
The Alberta Pulse Growers Commission (APG) invites pulse producers who want to grow the province’s pulse industry while developing their own leadership skills to let their names stand for election as an Advisor in their zone this fall.
“Advisors are essential to the success and continued growth of the commission and Alberta’s pulse industry,” said APG Chair Don Shepert. “Participating with the organization as an Advisor is an opportunity for a producer to develop personal and leadership skills. A team of Advisors leads research and extension activities specific to each of APG’s five zones. Directors on APG’s provincial board often serve as Advisors first.”
Available positions are presented below, along with this fall’s virtual meeting dates and times.
• Zone Number
• Available Advisor Positions
• Virtual Meeting Date
• Virtual Meeting Time
Zone 1: Two positions open, December 7 at 10-11
a.m. is the virtual meeting time.
Zone 2: One position is open. Meeting goes Novem
ber 17 from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Producers must have sold pulses and paid service charges since August 1, 2018 in order to be eligible as an Advisor. Anyone interested in letting their name stand for an Advisor position is asked to complete and submit a nomination form by Nov. 1, 2020. Each candidate must be endorsed by another pulse producer from their zone. The form is available on the homepage at www.albertapulse.com .
Register to vote at your zone meeting via the link at https://albertapulse.com/event/.
The Alberta Pulse Growers Commission represents 6,500 growers of field pea, dry bean, lentil, chickpea, faba bean and soybean in Alberta. Our vision is to have Alberta pulses on every farm, on every plate.m their zone. The form is available on the homepage at www.albertapulse.com. Register to vote at your zone meeting via the link at https:// albertapulse.com/event/.
The Alberta Pulse Growers Commission represents 6,500 growers of field pea, dry bean, lentil, chickpea, faba bean and soybean in Alberta.