2023 Annual Registration Fee Renewal Process - Payment due by Feb 15, 2023

2023 Annual Registration Fee Renewal Process 

Registrants must finalize their 2022 PD Report by January 15, 2023, 11:59 PM; otherwise, a late PD report filing fee of $75.00 will be applied --> UPDATE: The deadline to enter the 2022 PD report is extended to February 15, 2023, for this year only.  

Indigenous Peoples Cultural Awareness Training Requirement: Final Deadline, April 30, 2023

Every BCIA Registrant must have completed their training or received an exemption for Indigenous awareness training by the absolute last date of April 30, 2023 (an extension has been allowed from Jan 15th)). How to Declare: go to PD Reports and click on 'Contributions, Service and Declarations entry' then select under 'Type' --> Indigenous Training declaration (at the bottom) in the drop-down listing > save.

PRESIDENT'S SPECIAL REPORT to Registrants on Practice Areas and Reserved Practice

As many of you know reserved practice (“Practice Rights”) will come into force for our profession on September 1st of this year, close to one week from today. A primary foundation of those rights are definitions of agrology practice areas which are clear, accountable, and enforceable. This has been done in a document entitled “Practice Areas - A Summary for BCIA Registrants and Applicants.”

2022 BCIA Scholarships: Applications Welcome!

Applications for the 2022 BCIA Scholarships are being accepted until Monday, October 31, 2022, at 11:59 PM.

To support future agrologists to achieve their career in agrology, the BC Institute of Agrologists annually awards up to $1500 in scholarships in each of two categories: graduate and undergraduate, respectively. 

Do you know a student attending a post-secondary agrology-related program? 

2022 Scholarship Eligibility Criteria 

Scholarship applicants must meet the following qualifications:

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