Ag-West Bio is Saskatchewan’s bioscience industry association and bioeconomy catalyst, helping move research to market and grow biobusiness in the province in areas including biotechnology, bioproducts and biofuels, environment, health and nutrition.
We provide Alberta’s agricultural producers, agribusinesses and rural commercial small businesses with loans, crop insurance and farm income disaster assistance, supporting and advancing industry development.
Alan HallAlan Hall, chief operating officer, Plant Protein Alliance of Alberta
Alan is a key player in Alberta’s agricultural community, most recently with the Alberta Crop Industry Development Fund (ACIDF), which focused on supporting crop-sector research, development and product development growth with farmers and companies.
AFPA is a non-profit organization representing Alberta’s food and beverage sector and service providers since 1974, working to grow the sector through advocacy, delivery of quality training and education and member and industry engagement opportunities.
Alberta Hemp Works serves as a hub for hemp growers, processors and manufacturers. Along with processing hemp fibre, Hemp Works provides affordable lease space and business development services to hemp startups.
Owned by all First Nation communities in Alberta, A.I.I.C. provides First Nation-owned businesses with loans and equity financing. AIIC is instrumental in supporting First Nations’ economic development throughout the province.
This regional economic development alliance, a collaboration of 16 communities formed in 2003, focuses on initiatives to build healthy, sustainable economies. Key industry sectors: tourism, renewable energy, agriculture, innovative technology.
This engineering and project management firm offers expertise in grain processing. Focus areas include facilitating investment decision making, optimizing existing operations, managing design and construction of new processing assets and providing guidance about regulatory compliance.