Pulse producers who want to grow the province’s pulse industry while developing their own leadership skills are invited to let their names stand for election as an Alberta Pulse Growers adviser in their zone this fall.
“I started out as an adviser like most APG directors,” said chair Robert Semeniuk. “Becoming an adviser is a great way to get involved with APG.”
Adviser spots are open in all five zones and any producer who has sold pulses and paid service charges in the last two years is eligible. There are about 6,500-plus growers in the province.
The deadline for submitting a nomination is Nov. 1 and each candidate must be endorsed by another pulse producer from their zone.
The nomination form is available at albertapulse.com.