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The Institute recognizes the following as the practice areas in which agrologists in Alberta are active, comprising four sectors of activity:

  • Agricultural economics and trade
  • Agricultural finance
  • Agricultural input product sales and marketing
  • Agroforestry
  • Arable land evaluation, conservation planning and management
  • Crop development, production and management
  • Horticulture, fruit, vegetable and turf development production and management
  • International development
  • Irrigation planning and management
  • Livestock development, production and management
  • Rural community development and support
  • Contaminated land assessment, remediation and decommissioning
  • Ecological land classification and mapping
  • Environmental impact assessment and mitigation planning
  • Environmental management systems and audits
  • Environmental monitoring technology
  • Land reclamation, restoration, planning and management
  • Natural resource economics
  • Soil and land conservation
  • Soil and terrain classification, mapping and land evaluation
  • Vegetation identification, assessment and management
  • Water resource planning and management
  • Health and nutrition products, nutriceuticals and functional foods
  • Renewables development: bio-fuels, bio-fibre, bio-energy
  • Food and beverage development and processing
  • Food safety and bio-security
  • Air quality monitoring and management
  • Biosolids, compost and manure management
  • Biosystem and agricultural engineering
  • Geographic information systems and remote sensing
  • Greenhouse gas assessment and management
  • Laboratory services
  • Land negotiations, leasing and dispositions
  • Pest management and bio-control
  • Range and pasture evaluation, conservation planning and management
  • Soil fertility evaluation and nutrient management
  • Wetland and riparian area evaluation, conservation planning and management
  • Business management, investment, marketing and supply chains
  • Education, teaching and extension
  • Human resource and operations management
  • Project planning and management
  • Regulatory support and consultation
  • Research, technology development, transfer and application