Welcome to the MD of Peace No. 135

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Many farmers in the M.D. of Peace still have crop out in their fields. The map to the right shows many of the fields which are still unharvested.
Please do not sled, quad or hunt in these fields. If necessary, please call the farmer, but do not arbitrarily drive into the field and destroy their livelihood. I you don’t see your fields on this map and would like them to be marked as having crop out, please call the M.D. office at 780-338-3845 and we will add the fields to the map.

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Welcome to the Municipal District of Peace  No. 135, an agricultural based municipality located along the north bank of the Peace River, approximately 500km northwest of Edmonton, and approximately 150km northeast of Grande Prairie.

The Municipal District has an area of 92,610 hectares and encompasses the Village of Berwyn and the Town of Grimshaw.  The Municipality extends from the west boundary of the Town of Peace River to 4 miles west of the Hamlet of Brownvale, which is managed by the Municipality.

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  • News & Announcements

    • LET US KNOW IF YOU HAVE CROP IN YOUR FIELD YET

      The M.D. will place a map on its website showing fields in the M.D. that still have crop unharvested in the hope that people won’t sled, hunt or quad on those fields. If you have unharvested crop and would like those fields marked on our map, call us at 780-338-3845 and let us know the Read More
    • FREE SIGNS AVAILABLE TO FARMERS TO POST ALONG FIELDS

      Stop in at the M.D. of Peace office in Berwyn if you would like to post these free signs at the edge of your fields, warning of crop, etc. They are fairly weatherproof and you would only have to supply a post or stand in order to erect them.
    • FUNDING OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO SENIORS

      The Seniors Home Adaptation and Repair Program (SHARP) provides low-interest home equity loans to help seniors finance necessary repairs, adaptations and renovations to their homes. This link will provide more information:  http://www.seniors-housing.alberta.ca/seniors/home-adaptation-repair.html The Special Needs Assistance (SNA) program provides a lump-sum payment to eligible low-income Seniors. For more information on this program, click on this link: Read More
    • WARNING ABOUT SELLING SURFACE LEASES

      The Farmers’ Advocate Office (FAO) has received reports that enterprises are offering to buy surface leases from landowners. This is being promoted as a means of eliminating a perceived risk of landowners not receiving their annual compensation. The FAO strongly cautions landowners to consider these possible implications of selling their surface leases to enterprises: Recourse Read More
    • Eyes & Ears in the Community: A How-to Guide for Citizens on Reporting Crimes and Suspicious Activities

      There are 3 steps to follow: 1. Observe:  know what to watch for 2. Report:    call Police 3. Record:   write it down For examples of what to watch for, indicators of possible illegal drug productions,  and more guidelines, please click on this link:  Eyes and Ears in the Community