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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 practices in the agriculture industry including:  Grazing Management -Bale Grazing – Swath Grazing – Riparian Management – Environmental Sustainability – Grass Production – Pasture Rejuvenation.


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 typically in May.  If you would be interested in sitting on the Board of Directors or would like information regarding being a Director, please contact us

Greg Campkin (missing from Director photo)

Our Directors
Back Row: Gil Hegel, Deb Skeels, Alex Neal
Front Row: Jess Hudson, Dallas Jenson

Our Area

A majority of our members can be found in Clearwater, Wetaskiwin, Ponoka, Lacombe, Red Deer and Mountain View Counties. But our reach extends into a large majority of Western Canada.

These counties are also often the ones we partner with for events to better serve our conjoined member base.

Our office is located in Rocky Mountain House Alberta in Clearwater County.

Meet our Staff

Greg Paranich

Agriculture Specialist

Brenda Kossowan

Bussiness Manager

Erin Willsie

Summer Technician

Contact us for more information on GWFA's Activities

Our office is open Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:30 am and 4:30 pm.
Have something you want to know? Stop in for a chat or call us at 403-844-2645. You can also email any of our staff with the listed contact information.

5039 – 45 st

PO Box 1448

Rocky Mountain House, AB T4T 1B1

Our Mission

To promote environmentally and economically sustainable forage and agricultural practices.

Our Vision

A community engaged in regenerative agricultural production methods.