ALUS Lacombe
Where Agriculture and Nature Meet

The ALUS Lacombe program operates in the beautiful plains of central Alberta, north of Red Deer. ALUS Lacombe was established in January 2017 and was the 22nd ALUS community in Canada and the tenth in Alberta.

Recognizing the value of the agriculture industry in the economic, social, and historical fabric of local communities, while also understanding that agricultural activities have an impact on land and water resources, ALUS Lacombe establishes innovative projects that produce ecosystem services such as cleaner air, cleaner water and more biodiversity to benefit the environment and the community at large. 

Specifically, ALUS Lacombe provides financial and technical support to Lacombe County’s agricultural producers and landowners in return for their active management of the ALUS projects established on their lands.

For more information, please contact the local ALUS Coordinator.

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Meet Roger Marcil, ALUS Trailblazer

Meet Roger Marcil, ALUS Trailblazer

Balancing productive land and the natural environment. Retired farmer Roger Marcil may have shifted his focus from grazing Simmental cattle, but when one door closes another opens. In retirement, Roger has devoted himself to the well-being of his land.The first...

ALUS Lacombe Coordinator

Ken Lewis

Ken Lewis

38106 Range Road 275,
Red Deer County, AB
T4S 2L9

[email protected]
t: 403-342-8653
c: 403-505-9038

Kole Lundie


Marilyn Sharp


Eric Nelson


Howard Oudman


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ALUS Lacombe PAC (L to R): Eric Nelson, Howard Oudman, Marilyn Sharp, Kole Lundie (Chair).