Links Important to Our Members
The following links contain information related to issues associated with the PVMA
Sales and distribution of herbicides for the Vegetation Management Industry. An Alberta-based marketing, sales, and distribution company servicing the Canadian Vegetation Management Industry.
Information on agricultural events, pesticides, diseases, weeds, and pests.
Search for approvals and authorizations issued from Alberta Energy Regulator and Environment & Parks.
This resource has been developed to assist vendors in determining the federal classification and provincial schedule of all registered pesticides and also includes information on who can purchase and use pesticides in Alberta.
Alberta Invasive Plants Council
The Alberta Invasive Plants Council (AIPC) is comprised of representatives from governments, industry, and grassroots organizations. It intends to provide credible information about Alberta's invasive plants and to foster cooperation among stakeholders. Also, see their Biocontrol Release program.
Alberta Native Plants Council
The ANPC promotes knowledge and conservation of the native plants and vegetation of Alberta.
Alberta Environment and Parks
Alberta Environment and Parks - Home page for the Government site for the protection and preservation of land, wildlife, and forests. There is also related information regarding hunting, fishing, maps, and Watchable Wildlife
Alberta Weed Control Act
This Act enables legislation that provides the legal authority to deal with native and introduced weed species which affect agricultural production (Government of Alberta, Alberta Agriculture, Food and Rural Development).
Association of Alberta Agricultural Fieldmen
The Association of Alberta Agricultural Fieldmen is an Alberta-based association of agricultural/environmental professionals working in the fields of invasive plant species (weed) control, applied soil water conservation, and rural pest control.
At BASF, we create chemistry for a sustainable future. We combine economic success with environmental protection and social responsibility.
Envu: Science for a Better Life
As a leader in these industries, Bayer has expanded its Canadian product portfolio. Take advantage of superior technology to achieve more efficient pre-emergent control of vegetation while boosting your bottom line.
Information and policy on national invasive species programs.
Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999
An Act respecting pollution prevention and the protection of the environment and human health to contribute to sustainable development.
Canadian Weed Science Society
The CWSS is a vibrant national society dedicated to the study and understanding of weeds and invasive plant species, and their impact on the agricultural landscape.
Corteva Agriscience is a global leader in providing pest management and biotechnology products that improve the quality of the earth's food supply and contribute to the safety, health and quality of life of the world's growing population.
CropLife Canada is the trade association representing the manufacturers, developers and distributors of plant science innovations — pest control products and plant biotechnology — for use in agriculture, urban and public health settings.
Information from Alberta Agriculture regarding their Dutch Elm Disease initiative. See also StopDED site to get involved.
Integrated Vegetation Management Association of British Columbia-IVMA BC
An organization of professional people dedicated to the responsible practice of all aspects of vegetation management.
IVMA-MAN/SASK (Industrial Vegetation Management Association - Manitoba/Saskatchewan Inc.) is an organization which promotes environmentally sound vegetation management.
Offers programs in agricultural sciences, business and computer studies, environmental sciences, human services, liberal and performing arts, and trades.
LANTA - Landscape Alberta
LANTA is a voluntary trade association for the ornamental horticultural industry across Alberta and Saskatchewan.
North American Invasive Species Management Association
A network of public and private professional weed managers across North America.
Olds College, in Olds, Alberta, Canada, provides career and job training in agriculture, horticulture, land and environment, applied business, fashion and mechanics.
Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA)
PMRA is a branch of Health Canada, a Canadian federal government department whose mission is to protect human health and the environment by minimizing the risks associated with pest control products while enabling access to pest management tools, namely, these products, pesticides, and sustainable pest management strategies.
Pesticide Management - Alberta Environment
The most helpful site is the pest management site of AE – it has links to the printable edition of the legislation regulations and code of practices pertaining to us on the home page. If you go to the Queen’s Printer website, they try to sell you the print edition, do not tell you that the downloadable edition is available for free and it is not easy to find the regs and codes.
PMRA ELSE Label Search
PMRA's electronic submissions capability is named the EDDE (Electronic Dossier, Delivery, and Evaluation) system. EDDE provides electronic solutions for the registration process. It is the cornerstone for achieving efficiency gains for the industry and PMRA. EDDENet, PMRA's secure, online pilot registration site supports the EDDE capability.
Silviculture is British Columbia and Alberta, Canada forest industry cooperative, exchanging information and developing silviculture and stand management and decision-making tools with a common monitoring protocol and database.
UAP | Canada's Crop Protection & Crop Production Connection
Connecting professionals to the products, expertise, and digital tools to exceed their expectations.