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Agrology, the Agricultural and Environmental Profession

Click Here to Apply Now for Registration with the AIA
Click Here for Information on Completing your Agrologist Designation

Project Management Fundamentals and Project Management Communications Courses

The AIA is offering the above courses for both members and non-members:
Project Management Fundamentals: October 29-30
Project Management Communications: October 22-24
For more information on these courses, please visit our events calendar on the above dates.

AIA Photo Contest Now Open!
The AIA Photo contest is open and we are waiting for your submissions! Please visit the AIA Photo Contest Page for more information on the prizes offered and photo requirements.

The National Agrology body, Agrology/Agronomes Canada, now has an active web site. The site hosts information that is pertinent to Agrologists across Canada including information about labour mobility in the agrology profession. Each provincial institute is identified on this national site. If you have any questions please direct them to David Lloyd, PAg, at AIA. The web address

The Alberta Institute of Agrologist’s authority derives from The Agrology Profession Act (APA) and The Agrology Regulation
Section 3 (1) of the APA states “The institute must”:
(a) carry out its activities and govern its regulated members in a manner that protects and serves the public interest,
(b) provide direction to and regulate the practice of agrology by its regulated members,
(c) establish, maintain and enforce standards of practice, registration and continuing competence for the practice of agrology
(d) establish, maintain and enforce a code of ethics, and
(e) carry on the activities of the Institute and perform other duties and functions by the exercise of the powers conferred by this Act.

The Profession of Agrology focuses on science as it applies directly or indirectly to the management of biophysical resources, food production systems, food security and safety, and environmental quality. The practice of agrology in Alberta encompasses four Agrology sectors: Life Sciences, Environment, Agriculture and Food with 43 practice areas.

The public has access to a fair and responsive complaint process to address incompetent or unethical practice by registered agrology professionals.

The Institute will be offering your company the best targeted employment posting service in the industry for agrology related positions. Your employment posting will be emailed directly to your target market of 2,500 Alberta agrologists every Friday in the weekly agrologists update. A fee will be charged for this exclusive service. Please click here to view the Employment Posting Service page on our website for more details.

To Visit any of the other 9 Agrology Institutes in Canada click on one of the following links:

BC Institute of Agrologists      SK Institute of Agrologists     MB Institute of Agrologists
ON Institute of Agrologists     QC Institute of Agrologists     NL Institute of Agrologists
NB Institute of Agrologist       NS Institute of Agrologists     PEI Institute of Agrologists



Quick Links
2015 Council Nomination Information:  Click Here 
Wetland Classification System Draft: Click Here

October 1-2 Council Meeting Agenda:
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2014-2015 Council Members: Click Here

2014 Conference Green Paper: Click Here

December 2013 Council Meeting Minutes: Click Here to view the minutes

Council Approved CPD Changes for 2013: Click here to view.

Council Approved 3-Credit Courses: Click here to view.

AIA Member Benefits: Click here for information.

General Practice Standard: Click here

Classroom Agriculture Program: Click here for new video!

Recent Graduates: Click here for information.
AIA Public Survey: Click here

AIA Video: Click here to view.

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