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GrainsWest

Connecting farmers, food and ideas

GrainsWest is an Alberta-based magazine with a focus on Western Canada’s agricultural sector. Co-published by Alberta Barley and the Alberta Wheat Commission, GrainsWest is an award-winning quarterly magazine connecting farmers, food and ideas.

The magazine itself evolved out of a simple idea—engage with farmers. Within one year and with a stack of published issues to show for it, the mission was accomplished. However, reaching out to farmers remains the ongoing mandate of this farmer-driven publication. As long as farmers are in the fields, GrainsWest will continue to bring the timely stories that matter to those who call the hinterland home.

GrainsWest provides in-depth insight and analysis into the grains industry, while also looking at the people shaping modern day agriculture in Western Canada.

Three times a year, GrainsWest keeps Western Canada’s farmers up-to-date on the latest, most innovative ideas coming out of Canadian agriculture. Every September, this is complemented with a food issue, which fills a gap between farmers and consumers, capitalizing on Canadians’ renewed interest in this vital industry.

Contact

  • Alberta Barley Commission
  • #200, 6815 – 8 Street NE
    Calgary, Alberta, T2E 7H7
  • Telephone: 403 291-9111

Circulation

  • Frequency: 4 issues per year
  • Newsstand Price: n/a
  • Subscription Price: n/a

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Contact Us

Alberta Magazine Publishers Association
1721 29 Ave SW, Suite 390
Calgary, Alberta T2T 6P7

T: (403) 262-0081
F: (403) 670-0492
E: Alberta Magazines

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Our Funders

AMPA acknowledges the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Canada Periodical Fund (CPF) of the Department of Canadian Heritage, as well as the Government of Alberta through the Alberta Multimedia Development Fund (AMDF) towards our project costs.

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