New Video by GWFA


Albert Kuipers, GWFA's Forage & Grazing Specialist has produced GWFA's first in house video.


"Mob Grazing

1,000,000 lbs.

of Beef per Acre"


It's posted on our FaceBook Page!

Now Available!


The Soil Health Applied Research Alliance's  soil initiative website has launched and is now accessible!


 The Western Canadian

Conference on Soil Health 2015

is now sold out!


Please help us meet your needs!

Please click HERE for a short survey form you can fill out, print and mail to us, or email to us by clicking the email button in the top, left corner. Email addresses & mailing address are on the bottom of the form.

Links to Information


  • License to Farm video
  • Planned Grazing Webinar 
  • COOL Update 
  • The Best Pasture Input is the Cheapest 
  • Grazing Mgmt Quadruples Production!


And much more...

Welcome to GWFA - The Forage Innovators





The Grey Wooded Forage Association is located in Central  Alberta, Canada and works to create awareness of the uses and potential uses of forages and strives to share information on a variety of production practises in the agriculture industry including:  Grazing Management - Bale Grazing -  Swath Grazing - Riparian Management - Environmental Sustainability - Grass Production - Pasture Rejuvenation.

GWFA offers to members consultations and advice via telephone or email. On farm consultation visit are currently $100.00.  Membership is only $20.00 per year and is open to anyone interested in forage production and grazing management in an economically and environmentally sustainable way.  See "Become a Member" page for information on more benefits of becoming a member. GWFA association serves members who farm in Clearwater County, Mountain View County, Red Deer County, Lacombe County, and Ponoka County, and the County of Wetaskiwin. 


GWFA has a variety of new and ongoing projects and hosts events and pasture walks throughout the year.  Our Annual General Meeting is usually in May each year.  If you would be interested in sitting on the Board of Directors or would like information regarding being a Director, please contact us.




To promote environmentally and economically sustainable forage and agricultural practices.



The community is engaged in regenerative agricultural production methods.










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