Find agriculture related resources, organizations, and reports.
The Environmental Farm Plan is a self-assessment tool to help producers identify and plan to mitigate environmental risks. An Alberta EFP is valid for 10 years, and is a requirement for some Canadian Agricultural Partnership grants.
ALUS can provide funding to farmers and ranchers for projects that help restore ecosystem services, such as installing a riparian buffer, or reforesting certain areas.
The Agroforestry and Woodlot Extension Society (AWES) can help landowners, municipalities, and rural individuals with planting and maintaining forested areas (including shelterbelts), restoration work, Woodlot Management Plan development, and they also run educational workshops.
CAP has a Water Program that can help offset the cost of enhancing water management through irrigation and water supply projects.
Highway 2 Conservation (H2C) is an agricultural partnership between Athabasca County, the County of Barrhead, and Westlock County. They can assist with Alberta EFPs, and CAP program applications.
The Green Acreages program offers publications, workshops and incentives developed especially for acreage, hobby farm and recreational property owners to help them implement stewardship practices that conserve and protect the valuable natural assets, such as air, land, water, wildlife, associated with their properties.
West-Central Forage Association is a non-profit agricultural organization that manages research plots and holds demonstrations, meetings, and training seminars to share knowledge with and among local producers.