Click here for the NSIA June 2018 Member Communication (pdf).
Member Communications are typically conducted quarterly, after each Council meeting.
Nestled in the clean, cool forests of Nova Scotia’s Cobequid Mountains, Breathing Green Solutions is the province’s first licensed producer of cannabis products for your well-being. Powered by our proprietary PurePlant™ growing method, Breathing Green is committed to delivering the most pristine, reliable and trustworthy cannabis products to our patients and customers everywhere.
Breathing Green Solutions is also growing its team and is currently looking to add a Quality Control Analyst to our team located in Truro/Wentworth, NS.
Webster Farms is a third generation, diversified family farm located in Cambridge, Kings County in Nova Scotia’s beautiful Annapolis Valley.
They specialize in strawberry, raspberry, dry bean rhubarb and winter rye production, and also operate a seasonal mill for the manufacture of wooden berry boxes. Employing 11 full time staff plus several more seasonal and harvest workers, the Webster brothers are retiring and currently looking to hire both a Farm Manager and a Field Manager to manage the farm.
Acadian Seaplants is currently seeking a Farm Manager with a strong background in Agriculture and Management to join our
Manufacturing team in Charlesville, Nova Scotia.
As an ideal candidate for this role, you have a post secondary education in Agriculture Production or Agriculture Business combined
with 5 to 10 years of related experience. You have proven yourself to be an effective manager with demonstrated leadership and
relationship building skills. You are self-motivated and can work independently while exercising sound judgement to make advanced
If this job sounds like it was made for you, we’d like to meet you. To further explore this opportunity, just submit your application to
The NSIA Council currently has three Councilor positions to fill for three-year terms. NSIA Council works on behalf of the membership to support and advance the organization. Council meets up-to eight times per year. Councilors are also encouraged to Chair a Committee of Council as one year positions.
Councilors are expected to work collectively in the best interest of the Institute and follow a Councilor Code of Conduct. Nominees must be a member in good standing. Articling Agrologists are also eligible for Councilor positions.
If you are interested in becoming a Councilor, please submit your nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 9th, 2018.
Please note, you are able to self-nominate for these positions as well.