The Calmar Ag society gives backs to our great community through many different platforms! Our board members volunteer their time with hosting curling programs for schools, teaching kids curling fundamentals and share in the fun of curling.       We also raise money through our grow opp located at the CO-OP agro site just east of Calmar.   The CO-OP has donated to us 70 acres to which our board of directors donate time and equipment to grow a crop every year. This is donated back to the community.    Here are some of our highlights over the last few years!

market on main (calmar farmers market)

Market on Main was initiated in 2021, by the Town of Calmar and the  Community Vitalization Plan, as a way to create a social event, animate downtown, and provide a pathway for small business growth. With the help of the Town of Calmar and the Calmar Agricultural Society, we are now a part of the Alberta Farmers Market Association. With an estimated 3500 attendees last season and a growing  vendor list, Market on Main continues to be a success.

Contact info:
Michelle Cardinal



Grow Op: 2023

This year the Calmar Ag Society is seeding Pioneer Canola on our 2023 Grow op farm. 

Once again Thank You to the Leduc Co-op for donating the land to the Calmar Ag Society.

Thank you to Club 19 Ag Products for the Canola seed this year

Thanks to Curtis Littlewood of Advantage Agronomy for scouting our fields this year.

 Thanks to Abel Farms for seeding this year.

Thanks to Pearson Farms for spraying this year.

Thanks  to Clayton Podgurny and Regan Kittlitz for swathing this year

Abel Farms                                       


Big Thanks to Everyone that came out and helped with the Harvest. Leduc Coop Ag for supplying lunch,    Curtis Harrish, Brian Kushinski, Duncan Pearson For Donating time of their Combines, Regan Kittlitz    for donating his time with the grain cart,  Shawn Abel for donating  time with the grain truck, and Russel Kushinski for looking after the off the combine grain marketing!     Together we havested  $59000.00 worth of canola, delivered to G3  in Wetaskawin! Another Great year.




Grow op: 2022

Moneys Raised and donated to:

Last year The Calmar Ag society Grew a great looking wheat crop!

Proceeds of the crop went to:

Calmar Elementary School  towards a new play ground.

Calmar Elementary School


Leduc County Fire Services towards a livestock rescue trailer.

Calmar Fire Department


Humble School towards a new barn.

Humble School





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