Know to Grow - Connect. Relate. Cultivate.

Our objective is to create opportunities
for urban CKnow To Grow Logo v2ity of Red Deer residents and the farmers and ranchers in Red Deer County to build relationships. 

With a focus on people, it’s all about connecting urban folks with their rural neighbors, helping each other see ourselves for what we are: people with shared values, interests and goals. Through the relationships built, we believe that perceptions about agriculture can change.

Connect Neighbours. Relate to One Another. Cultivate Bonds.

Join our Facebook Group Know to Grow: Connect - Relate - Cultivate.

Contact Us

  1. Know to Grow



    For more information, or to sign up as a volunteer, please contact: 
    Aimee Delaney
    Public Ag Literacy Coordinator
    Ph: 403.342.8654
    adelaney@rdcounty.ca

Know to Grow Logo Contest Winners

Thank you to everyone who submitted an entry to our logo contest. Our judges really enjoyed reviewing all of the submissions. The winning logo was submitted by Dylan Cameron and was used as the inspiration for our final logo.                                           2 logos                                                                                             
Congratulations to our winners:

A matching donation of $350 was also given to Red Deer Youth HQ.

Past Events: Guardians Image Template

Know to Grow invites you to an exclusive, online screening of a short documentary, Guardians of the Grasslands. Make sure you stick around and hang out with us after the viewing - we will have local producers available to answer your burning Ag questions. All who attend this viewing will have a chance to win a $100 gift card for a "Date Night In" from One Eleven Grill!!

  • Saturday May 9, 2020

View the trailer here.

To view the Q&A portion with local producers from the screening, click on the video below:

Other resources:

Industry and science has been identifying information and relationships are a need for social license and public trust. Visit the Canadian Centre For Food Integrity’s Public Trust Research Report to check out what the discussion is all about.