Featuring the great town of Granum, Alberta. Originally called the Village of Leavings (where cowboys would drop off their cattle), the name was changed right before the town incorporated to Granum (the classical Latin word for grain). With the beautiful mountains of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park to the south, there’s a lot to appreciate while in town.
Granum is located on Highway 519 and Highway 2. It’s an easy drive to both Fort Macleod to the south and Claresholm to the north. Speaking of drives, Granum is in the ideal spot for a quick hour-long trip to both Calgary and Lethbridge. With a par 3, 9-hole golf course, driving range and licensed clubhouse, a historic jailhouse, and the perfect lake for fishing, there’s a lot you can do while in town.
Thanks to the help of Granum, Nutrien is the third-largest nitrogen producer in the world. Their hard work helps create the ingredients that help plants grow the food we need to thrive.