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Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP)

THE AWSA IS AVAILABLE TO HELP COMPLETE APPLICATIONS FOR THE
CANADIAN AGRICULTURAL PARTNERSHIP (CAP) FUNDING FOR THE 2019 YEAR. 
PLEASE CALL 306-783-1696 FOR MORE INFORMATION. 

Beneficial Management Practices (BMPs) refer to a wide variety of agricultural practices aimed at reducing the environmental impact of farming activities on the landscape (for example seeding marginal cropland down to perennial forage, relocating livestock facilities away from waterways, and creating/maintaining riparian grazing management plans. Through the Farm Stewardship Program (FSP) and Farm and Ranch Water Infrastructure Program (FRWIP), producers are eligible to receive cost-shared funding for the implementation of BMPs on their land. All BMPs and maximum funding that may be received under the CAP program are the following: 

For more information on the eligibility requirements of each project type, please call 306-783-1696 or visit the Ministry of Agriculture's Canadian Agricultural Partnership website.

Learn more about the CAP program and the benefit of different BMPs by visiting our Facebook page!

To learn more about the benefits of decommissioning abandoned wells, click here.

To learn more about the benefits of seeding marginal cropland down to perennial forage, click here

To learn more about controlling the runoff from livestock facilities, click here.

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