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  • Alberta's Colleges Ready to Act on Alberta 2030 Strategy

    Matilda Schmohl, Research Technician installs soil sensors on the Olds College Smart Farm.

    Alberta’s colleges are ready to respond to the Alberta 2030: Building Skills for Jobs strategy by continuing to provide adaptable, relevant, hands-on training that prepares students to support Alberta’s employers and economy. The strategy, released by the Ministry of Advanced Education on Thursday, supports the work already being done by the province’s 11 Comprehensive Community Colleges.

  • Lethbridge College, Olds College sign agriculture research MOU

    Sensor in the Olds College Smart Farm

    Two of Alberta’s premier agriculture applied research institutions are coming together to ensure the province’s agriculture industry has access to world-class researchers, resources and data. 

  • Olds College Receives Silver Applied Research and Innovation Excellence Award

    A collage showing the different aspects of the Olds College Smart Farm

    Olds College was recognized with a Silver Applied Research and Innovation Excellence award from Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) for their innovative creation of the Olds College Smart Farm and smart agriculture ecosystem. 

  • Olds College Brewery Will Capture CO2 to Reduce Emissions

    Olds College Brewery Bottle in Garden

    This project aims to reduce GHG emissions by capturing and reusing CO2  that would otherwise be wasted into the atmosphere. By adding this technology to the brewing process, the goal is to reduce emissions and create a valuable product. This affordable solution will be revenue saving and generating for the small to medium sized craft brewer.

  • It’s a wrap for Olds College’s ‘A Celebration of Alberta Ag’

    Corb Lund sits on a stool playing acoustic guitar in front of a red barn backdrop.The live-streamed production of A Celebration of Alberta Ag, successfully wrapped up on Friday, April 9, 2021 with over 1200 viewers from all over Alberta, Canada and around the world, including England, Nigeria, the Philippines and New Zealand.

    The free two-hour event was live streamed from the Alumni Centre on the Olds College campus, in celebration of Alberta’s agriculture industry and the important role that it plays in our world.