GF2 helped protect Ontario's animal resource base from the PED virus and strengthen the sustainability of the industry. GF2 helped Ontario businesses reduce key risks 2 note: results below represent only a subset of the total completed projects :. Recipients were eligible to complete more than one BMP per project.
Growing Forward 2. Growing Forward 2 (GF2) was a five-year () policy framework for Canada's agricultural and agri-food sector. Key Points: • The Next Agricultural Policy Framework (NPF) will replace Growing Forward 2 April 1, • The development of NPF began with the Calgary.
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Weather risk mitigation projects under the environment and climate change adaptation area of focus, are eligible for cost-share. These projects will focus on on-farm practices and strategies to address cold weather risk for perennial, edible horticulture crop producers, except for producers of wine grapes. In Ontario, Growing Forward 2 GF2 offers resources, tools and cost-share funding assistance to eligible producers to grow profits, expand markets and manage shared risks.
Producers are encouraged to take advantage of free workshops and training opportunities. Participants will have a chance to talk to other producers and industry specialists about new ways to reach your farm business goals. Attending a workshop may be a prerequisite before applying for GF2 cost-share funding assistance or can help strengthen your Growing Forward 2 application. Visit the OSCIA website for workshop and training information including dates, locations and to register. Farm business advisors by last name or by region.
Business planning consultants. Food safety resources. Traceability self-assessment tool for Producers.
Carbon offsets from voluntary practice improvements that lower emissions in the agriculture sector can be bought by regulated greenhouse gas emitters in Alberta to meet their requirements. This map represents where OWWA has spent the majority of their time implementing the programs associated with this grant. Go to our Group Carpool to find or offer a seat. The audit also noted two opportunities for improvement. You may unsubscribe from these communications at any time. In Alberta, Growing Forward 2 will reflect an increased focus on three areas: research and innovation, competitiveness and market development and adaptability and industry capacity. Connecting to the broad sector More than ever, tourism is an interdisciplinary issue embedded in the fabric and infrastructure of our society and economy.
Traceability action plan for Producers. Traceability resources. Agriculture business management resources. All projects will be assessed on merit.
Only the most impactful projects will receive cost-share. Cost-share funding will be capped depending on the project category. Some project categories have prerequisites as a required condition before you apply. Approval of your project is needed before costs can be incurred and paid.
We are looking to fund projects in six areas of focus and it is important that projects align with one or more of the program's priorities:. GF2 cost-share funding assistance supports projects in these six focus areas. Refer to GF2 Program Guide for eligible project activities in each area of focus. Innovation is key. Projects that are deemed innovative may receive higher cost-share.
It is recommended that you take the time to read the GF2 Program Guide for Producers before applying. For more information on Growing Forward 2, visit www. A complete list of programs in Yukon is available at www.
The Canada-Yukon agreement will be in effect April 1, to March 31, Growing Forward 2 places emphasis on proactive, strategic investments in innovation, market-based profitability, adaptability and long-term sustainable growth. The Agriculture Industry Advisory Committee AIAC , the Yukon agriculture industry and associations and other community groups were consulted and provided input during preparation of the programs to be offered under Growing Forward 2.
Yukon has participated in the Agriculture Policy Framework agreement, the precursor to Growing Forward, since , and Growing Forward since