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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.
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.
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.