Type of Program:
The Beneficial Management Practices (BMPs) Sub-Program provides funding to Mi’kmaq First Nations and other Indigenous Organizations and agricultural producers with valid Environmental Farm Plans to support the implementation of BMPs on a cost-shared and/or per acre funding basis.
Comments on Funding:
Funding is up to a maximum of $75,000 per farming operation over the life of the CAP Agreement (2018-2032).
Funding is a cost-shared financial support for the implementation of Beneficial Management Practices (BMPs) including soil, water, energy and integrated pest management.
When It Ends:
The applicant must:
Applicants must submit their completed applications via regular mail or email to the attention of the Agriculture Stewardship Program Officer.
The applicant must submit:
Other Things to Note:
This program is part of the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (2018-2023).
The Agriculture Stewardship Program is a suite of initiatives designed to increase environmental sustainability, climate change mitigation and adaptation by providing technical and financial support to encourage producers to voluntarily implement Beneficial Management Practices (BMPs).
Activities include soil conservation, soil health, nutrient management, integrated pest management, riparian management, water quality, water efficiency, energy efficiency and on-farm storage. The program will support environmental protection activities and promote the sustainable use of natural resources.