ALUS Wetaskiwin-Leduc has been active for six seasons, and in that time has helped farmers carry out projects on their land. Join us for an online workshop to learn more about the program, current projects and participants, and new initiatives.
- Date: Thursday, Nov. 18
- Time: 7 to 9 p.m.
- Location: online via Zoom
- Register: register online
Please register by Nov. 16.
Featuring keynote speaker Léona Watson
Léona is the eldest of five daughters raised on a family farm in Northeastern Alberta. Together they learned the values of hard work, perseverance and gratitude. Léona graduated from Olds College in Agribusiness, and in 2011 was awarded a Canadian Nuffield Scholarship where she studied succession planning around the world. Since then, she’s set her roots in the Yukon Territory as a wife, mother, homesteader, farmer and outfitter. She will share stories of her farming adventures and worldly travels that exemplify making the most of every opportunity.
For more information, contact your ALUS program coordinator:
phone: 780-387-6182 or email