Eat Alberta 2016

Exciting Changes Ahead for Eat Alberta

Since Eat Alberta’s inaugural event in April 2011 our mission has been to encourage and inspire Albertans to connect with each other, to learn about and enjoy the bounty of Alberta food.

Much like the evolving Alberta food culture and community, Eat Alberta is excited to announce that our organization is also evolving with the goal to share our passion for eating local with more Albertans than ever before.

What does 2016 hold for Eat Alberta?
Over the next few months we will be unveiling two significant changes for the organization. First, Eat Alberta will be launching a new visual identity. We are pleased to share that over the past few months we have been working with DDB Canada to create a new visual identity for Eat Alberta and we can not wait to share our new look with all of you!

Secondly in an effort to connect with more local food enthusiasts this year, we plan to celebrate all that Alberta has to offer by hosting smaller events throughout 2016. The Eat Alberta Series will be a collection of everything you have come to know, appreciate and love from our one-day workshop conference. The events will be supported by expanded online content, which will be released throughout the year to help you cook, taste and enjoy the best of Alberta’s bounty.

The one-day Eat Alberta Conference remains our flagship activity. To our loyal volunteers, presenters and past attendees we thank you for your continued support. We look forward to once again hosting our workshop conference in 2017.

How do you find out more?
Details of the Eat Alberta Series and the developing online resources will be released throughout 2016. To stay in the loop with our announcements and content releases, please follow our social media channels, newsletter and website blog. 

Join Eat Alberta 2016 Organizing Committee

We're looking for a dedicated volunteer to join our team as the treasurer!

Are you interested in promoting food skills? Do you want to contribute to the sustainability of our local food system? Would you like to work with others who share your passion for our regional ingredients and the producers behind them?

If you answered yes to any of the questions, a position on the Eat Alberta organizing committee might be right for you!

Eat Alberta is an annual, one day, workshop-style conference with a mix of hands on learning, food tastings, demonstrations and presentations that focuses on local and regional Alberta foods. Participants learn how to use and source local ingredients from leaders of our food community, and in the process, begin to develop relationships with other participants and with those that produce our food.

Eat Alberta is a registered non-profit corporation that began in 2011, and is run entirely by volunteers. This year we are looking to add someone who can be our treasurer! This role will include the following activities:


  • General financial oversight;
  • Financial planning and budgeting;
  • Regular reporting on the organizations financial position;
  • Banking, book keeping, and record keeping; and
  • secure event insurance


  • Excellent verbal communication skills;
  • Previous experience as a treasurer or with non-profits;
  • Team player with a good sense of humour and a positive attitude; and
  • a love for local food!

If this role interests you, we would like to meet you!

E-mail Charmaine at by October 30th, 2015 with your name and a paragraph about why you are interested in being a part of Eat Alberta. We will follow up with the exact date, time, and location of the interview for qualified candidates. 

We look forward to meeting you!

Amanda, Charmaine, Jens, Nathan, Mona, and Meaghan
Eat Alberta 2016 Board of Directors and Organizing Committee