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  • Opportunities for Local Organic with Norbert Kungl

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Getting Started With Organic Farming

    Opportunities for Local Organic with Norbert Kungl

    NS Farmer Norbert Kungl discusses his opinion of how the changes in global agriculture are offering a tremendous opportunity for the local organic sector at the 2010 ACORN organic conference and trade show in Charlottetown, PEI. (2mins 3secs)

  • Sean Dunbar: Organic Opportunities in Brewing

    Business & Marketing, Grain & Field Crops

    Sean Dunbar: Organic Opportunities in Brewing

    Sean Dunbar, owner/operator of Northampton Brewing Company which makes Picaroons' Traditional Ales discusses their organic brews and their desire to use local organic hops and grain in their future brews (which they are now doing as of 2012!).

  • Gwendolyn Simpson: The Importance of Holistic Value Adding

    Business & Marketing, Value-Added

    Gwendolyn Simpson:  The Importance of Holistic Value Adding

    Gwendolyn Simpson, of Inspired Market Gardens in Carvell, AB, discusses the most important aspects of value-adding for organic products, including the value of co-operation (joint marketing efforts, processing, etc), the value of other farming and related activities (value-added is beyond working with your products, but includes experiential interaction with customers and clients, such as farm tours, etc) and the value of "working the numbers":  know your costs!  "A burger from the rainforest should cost $200".  (5mins:60secs)

  • Part 1: Organic Farming: "Philosophies and Fundamentals of Organic" with Dr. Av Singh

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Getting Started With Organic Farming

    Part 1:  Organic Farming:

    Philosophies and Fundamentals of Organic is Part 1 in a series of educational videos with Av Singth from Agrapoint talking on organic farming at the Growing More Organic Conference, Cornwall, PEI, 2007 (7m:46s)

  • Part 2: Organic Farming: "Learning About Organic" with Dr. Av Singh

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Getting Started With Organic Farming

    Part 2:  Organic Farming:

    Learning About Organic Farming is part 2 in a series of educational videos with Av Singth from Agrapoint talking on organic farming at the Growing More Organic Conference, Cornwall, PEI, 2007. (2m:50s)

  • Part 3: Organic Farming: "Just Do It": with Dr. Av Singh

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Getting Started With Organic Farming

    Part 3: Organic Farming:

    Just Do It is part 3 in a series of educational videos with Av Singth from Perennia talking about organic farming at the Growing More Organic Conference held in Cornwall, PEI, 2007. (4m:01s)

  • Part 4: Organic Farming: "Is Organic About Less or More?" with Dr. Av Singh

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Getting Started With Organic Farming

    Part 4:  Organic Farming:

    Is Organic About Less or More is part 4 in a series of educational videos with Dr. Av Singth from Agrapoint talking on organic farming at the Growing More Organic Conference, Cornwall, PEI, 2007. (7:m36s)

  • Work Together To Do Better with Klaas and Mary Howell-Martens

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Getting Started With Organic Farming

    Work Together To Do Better with Klaas and Mary Howell-Martens

    Work Together To Do Better is one in a series of inspirational videos with Klaas and Mary Howell-Martens talking on organic farming at the Growing More Organic Conference, Cornwall, PEI, 2007. (7m:58s)

  • Growing Locally with Klaas and Mary Howell-Martens

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Getting Started With Organic Farming, Grain & Field Crops

    Growing Locally with Klaas and Mary Howell-Martens

    Growing Locally is one in a series of inspirational videos with Klaas and Mary Howell-Martens talking on organic farming at the Growing More Organic Conference, Cornwall, PEI, 2007.

  • Gift of Organic Farming with Klaas and Mary Howell-Martens

    Business & Marketing, Food Skills, Getting Started With Organic Farming, Grain & Field Crops

    Gift of Organic Farming with Klaas and Mary Howell-Martens

    Gift of Organic Farming is one in a series of inspirational videos with Klaas and Mary Howell-Martens talking on organic farming at the Growing More Organic Conference, Cornwall, PEI, 2007.

  • Farm Record-Keeping 2.0

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing, Infrastructure & Equipment

    Farm Record-Keeping 2.0

    In this seminar from the 2013 ACORN Conference in Moncton, David Wides, a farmer, discusses the importance of good record keeping and how AgSquared technology can assist with this. He outlines the various features of AgSquared and their integrated nature. It is suggested to refer to the accompanying slide show due to this presentation's highly visual nature.

  • The Start Up: How Regional Farms Financed Their Beginning (Notes)

    Business & Marketing, Getting Started With Organic Farming

    The Start Up: How Regional Farms Financed Their Beginning (Budgets and Actuals): Operator Experience; Infrastructure; Business Plan; Capital; Day-to-Day Operations
  • Farm Tour Handbook by ACORN

    Business & Marketing

    Learn about the whys and hows of conducting farm tours inACORN's Farm Tour Handbook! Topics include different types of tours (guided, self-guided, chef, wildlife, school, etc.), activities, planning, media, insurance and more!

    Disponible en français (Visite Guidée).

    Farm Tour Handbook by ACORN: Why host a farm tour?; Liability Insurance; Budget; Research; Tour Activities; Farm/Chef Tours; Custom Tours; Planning; Promotion

  • How to Talk to Consumers about Organics with Cynthia Barstow

    Business & Marketing

    How to Talk to Consumers about Organics with Cynthia Barstow: Labels, Biodynamics, Taste, Price
  • Financial Planning for Vegetable Growers with Daniel Brisebois

    Business & Marketing

    Financial Planning for Vegetable Growers with Daniel Brisebois: Financial Planning; Marketing Plan; Profits
  • How to Sell More at Farmers Markets with Rowena Hopkins

    Business & Marketing

    How to Sell More at Farmers Markets with Rowena Hopkins
  • Farm Business Succession Plan

    Business & Marketing

    Farm Business Succession Plan: Goals and Expections; Retirement Plan; Farm Business Plan; Operating Plan; Management Contrl and Labour Transfer Plan; Ownership Transfer Plan, Implementation; Communications; Contingency
  • Making Organic Society's Norm with Marjorie Willison

    Business & Marketing, Food Skills

    Making Organic Society's Norm with Marjorie Willison: Social Change; Communication; Strategy
  • Organic Market Research and Action Plan - ACORN 2003

    Business & Marketing

    2003 ACORN Organic Market Research and Action Plan
  • Using New Media Technology to Capture Customers with Shelley Rogers

    Business & Marketing

    Using new media technology to capture customers with Shelley Rogers
  • Organic Cash Cropping: Cereals & Soybeans with Roger Henry

    Business & Marketing

    Organic Cash Cropping - Cereals & Soybeans: Transition; Rotation; Challenges; Market; Equipment
  • Maritime Organic Field Crops Market Study 2011

    Business & Marketing

    2011 ACORN Maritime Organic Field Crops Market Study
  • Persuading the Public to Pay More For Your Food with Gwendolyn Simpson

    Business & Marketing

    Persuading the Public to Pay More…For Your Food with Gwendolyn Simpson

  • Cost of Production Budgeting 101

    Business & Marketing

    Cost of Production Budgeting 101: What is COP?; Transition to Organics; Case Studies; ACORN Organic Path; Using data; Organic Recordkeeping
  • Inexpensive Options for Cooling Produce with Rupert Jannasch

    Business & Marketing

    Inexpensive Options for Cooling Produce with Rupert Jannasch
  • Cultivating a Farmer to Chef Partnership Checklist

    Business & Marketing

    Cultivating a Farmer to Chef Partnership Checklist
  • Direct Marketing for Market Gardeners Workshop with Ann Slater

    Business & Marketing

    Direct Marketing for Market Gardeners Workshop with Ann Slater: Farmer's Markets; CSA; On-Farm Marketl; U-pick; Market Displays; Retail
  • Nova Scotia Organic Profile (2011)

    Business & Marketing

    In 2011, Nova Scotia's organic sector participated in a survey that was compiled into this report, providing a more in-depth profile of the industry.

  • Guide pour une visite guidée

    Business & Marketing, Français

  • NL Organic and Ecological Sector Strategic Plan

    Business & Marketing

    In the early Winter of 2013, ACORN-NL and ACORN combined efforts to create a strategic plan for the organic and ecological agriculture sector in Newfoundland and Labrador.  The plan includes a comprehensive profile of the sector, based on results from a survey of organic/ecological producers in the province.  Key Result Areas identified in the plan include Government Support; Training; Infrastructure; Sector Capacity (including New Entrants).

  • Economic Benefits of Entering the Organic Market: Whitepaper by Procert

    Business & Marketing

    A Whiteaper written by Wallace Hamm, M.Sc., P.Ag and published by Procert on the Economic Benefits of Entering the Organic Market.

  • Organic Advantage by Procert

    Business & Marketing

    This is an issue of the "Organic Advantage” magazine published by Procert. For more information, see also the Whitepaper by Wallace Hamm, M.Sc., P.Ag published by Procert entitled ORGANIC OR CONVENTIONAL? YOU DECIDE: The Economic Benefits of Entering the Organic Market.

  • Organic Advantage: The Business Case for Organic Vegetables

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Horticulture

    This guide (produced by the Organic Value Chain Roundtable) paints a picture of strong demand filled largely by imported products from the US and Mexico. Less than 25% of the domestic demand for organic vegetables at retail is filled by Canadian producers. In fact, for vegetables such as organic cauliflower, beets and spinach, 100% of the domestic retail demand is met by imports. The guide shows the demand for the main organic vegetable types and retail price trends relative to conventional. (Disponible en français)

  • Avantage des produits biologiques : production légumière

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Français, Horticulture

    Selon le guide, la réponse à la forte demande se fait principalement en important des produits des États‑Unis et du Mexique. Les producteurs canadiens répondent à moins de 25 % de la demande nationale pour les légumes biologiques. En fait, 100 de la demande nationale de légumes biologiques comme les choux‑fleurs, les betteraves et les épinards provient des importations. Le guide met l’accent sur la demande des principales catégories de légumes biologiques et souligne les tendances de prix au détail par rapport aux légumes traditionnels. 

  • Avantage des produits biologiques : production de grains

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Français, Grain & Field Crops

    Le guide fournit des informations détaillées sur la superficie des terres agricoles canadiennes consacrée à la production biologique de céréales et d’oléagineux, les prix du marché, les couts d’exploitation, les marges et les rendements. Il donne également une liste des ressources qui peuvent aider les agriculteurs à faire le saut vers la production biologique.

  • Avantage des produits biologiques : production du bÅ“uf

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Français, Livestock

    Les producteurs qui veulent ajouter de la valeur à leurs cultures biologiques par la mise au pâturage du bétail trouveront dans ce guide des conseils et des ressources.

  • Organic Advantage: The Business Case for Organic Grain Production

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Grain & Field Crops

    This guide provides details of the Canadian acreage devoted to organic cereal grains and oilseed production, prices, operating expenses, margins and yields, and points producers towards resources that can help them transition from conventional to organic. (Disponible en français)

  • Organic Advantage: The Business Case for Organic Beef Production

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Livestock

    The beef guide provides guidance and resources for producers who want to add value to their organic crops through livestock grazing. (Disponible en français)

  • Scaling Up

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Chris Blanchard (Flying Rutabaga Works) presents at the 2014 ACORN Conference.

  • How to tell our organic story

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Nathalie Landry (Echo Actions Communications) presents at the 2014 ACORN Conference.

    View Nathalie Landry's slideshow presentation here.

  • ACORN's Quartery Organic Newsletter Issue 52 - Spring 2014

    Business & Marketing, Community Supported Agriculture, Fruit & Berry, Livestock

    Includes articles on the following:

    • Exploring an NB Farmers’ Market Network by Tegan Renner
    • Organic Profile: Slipp Farms 1784 Ltd.
    • Bill C-18: The Agricultural Growth Act & Why It Matters by Keegan Smith
    • ACORN Member Survey Results by Melanie Jellett
    • CSA Trends in Atlantic Canada (Survey Results) by Laura Mather
    • Project & Provincial Updates
    • ACORN’s new Board
    • Seasonal Food Fix
    • Transition Q&A: Livestock in Orchards?
       
  • Opportunities for Organic Producers in Nova Scotia: 2015 Market Study Findings

    Business & Marketing

    The final report of a 2015 study conducted by ACORN to identify organic market opportunities with small-medium retailers in Nova Scotia.

  • 2014-15 Atlantic Organic Production Survey Report

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Fruit & Berry, Getting Started With Organic Farming, Grain & Field Crops, Horticulture, Livestock

    The 2014-15 production year found the Atlantic Organic Sector meeting steady demands for growth, or in some cases, confronting more than demand for growth than can be met with existing production. Learn more about the state of the Atlantic Organic Sector in this report, including current and planned production, education and training needs, and market information.   

  • Exceptional Customer Service

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing, Value-Added

    Presented by Michelle Wolf (Director of Training FMNS) at the 2015 ACORN Conference PEI

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  • Vendors as Board Members

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Presented by Michelle Wolf (Director of Training FMNS) at the 2015 ACORN Conference PEI

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  • Leadership Training

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Presented by Michelle Wolf (Director of Training FMNS)

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  • Farmers' Market Merchandising and Display

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Presented by Michelle Wolf (Director of Training FMNS) at the 2015 ACORN Conference PEI

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  • Relationship Marketing and Branding

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Presented by Michelle Wolf (Director of Training FMNS) at the 2015 ACORN Conference PEI

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  • Artisan Food Processing

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Presented by Edward Charter, BioFood Tech at the 2015 ACORN Conference PEI

    Additional Speakers:  Mike Beamish - Deep Roots Distillery

    Reid Barnet -CEO of Quannessence Skin Care Products

    Jeff McCourt - Glasgow Glen Farm

    View slideshow presentation here

  • Possibilities in Organic Processing

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Presented by Edward Charter, BioFoodTech, Nathan Archibald, PEI Berries and John Rowe, Island Abbey Foods at the 2015 ACORN Conference PEI

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  • Considerations for Starting an Organic Vineyard

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing, Fruit & Berry

    Presented by Michael Lightfoot, Lightfoot & Wolfville Vineyards at the 2015 ACORN Conference PEI

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  • ACORN's Quarterly Organic Newsletter Issue 58 - Fall 2015

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing, Food Skills

    • Conference Speakers Q & A 
    • How to Save $$ at the ACORN Conference
    • New Business Feature: Shell-ex 
    • Dung Beetle & Agricultural Ecology
    • Project & Provincial Updates
    • Seasonal Food Fix
    • Conference Sponsors, Donors & Supporters 
  • Farm Hack - A Glossary of Terms

    Business & Marketing, Infrastructure & Equipment

    ACORN hosted Dorn Cox Farm Hack co-founder.  These were the handouts from the event.

  • Year-Round Farmer's Market Success: Tips and Tricks

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing, Season Extension

    Presentation from the 2013 ACORN Conference in Moncton. Paul and Sandy Arnold own and operate Pleasant Valley Farm in Argyle, New York. The farm is a mixed fruit and vegetable operation that provides local farmers’ markets with fresh produce year round. Pleasant Valley Farm is 180 acres in total, with 7 acres in vegetable and fruit production. This session focuses on simple record keeping and marketing strategies that boost the profitability of small-scale farming operations.

  • The Business of Seed: Panel

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing, Seed

    This panel from the 2013 ACORN conference in Moncton explores - from the perspective of a seed grower, a small seed company entrepreneur, and a medium-sized local seed company - the opportunities and challenges for the seed industry in Atlantic Canada and beyond.  Panelists discuss how the seed sector has changed over the course of their careers, the quality issues that can pose barriers to new entrants, and how some of these challenges might be addressed.

  • Scaling up your CSA

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing, Community Supported Agriculture

    This session from the 2013 ACORN Conference in Moncton consisted of presentations from two CSA farmers, Josh Oulton and Kent Coates, speaking on the challenges, rewards and considerations of scaling up your CSA farm business. Some particular issues to consider were: Marketing, Delivery, Communication. Construction, Presort and wash, Production

  • Experiences in a Grain Co-operative

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing, Grain & Field Crops, Infrastructure & Equipment

    In this presentation from the 2013 ACORN Conference in Moncton, Loic Dewavrin discusses how he helped found a grain cooperative in Quebec, touching on the benefits and challenges of small producers banding together. The talk covers the creation of the co-op, the reasons for starting, the current projects they are undertaking, and their hopes for growth and future work.

  • Economics of Wholesale Vegetable Production

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Matt Dykerman's farm, Red Soil Organics, is a 60-acre mixed vegetable operation in PEI specializing in wholesale. In this presentation from the 2013 ACORN Conference in Moncton, Matt talked about how to sell successfully to retail and distributors, and discussed the successes and challenges of using a wholesale distribution system.

  • Considering the Marketing Cooperative

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    This session from the 2013 ACORN conference in Moncton provided an overview of what co-ops are from a business perspective, examples of different types of CSA and direct marketing co-ops, and outlined the steps involved in starting a coop.

  • Understanding the Organic Claim

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing, Certification

    In food production, labels are applied to give consumers an idea of what they are eating, and how it is produced. There has been a proliferation of labeling systems which sometimes leave consumers more confused than informed. In this presentation from the 2013 ACORN conference in Moncton, Jodi Koberinski explains labels and buzzwords you might see on food packaging and clarifies what they mean (if anything). She also speaks about the recent efforts made to create mandatory national organic standards and the accompanying labeling. She explores where it succeeds, and its limitations.

  • Promote to Build Your Farm Business

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    During this session at the 2013 ACORN Conference in Moncton, Roger Snowdon used examples from the audience to illustrate the point that every farm business has stories that can be sold and promoted to the media. It is wise to identify these stories, so that you can be proactive about using the media to expand the public profile of your farm business. Rodger also provided examples of how businesses have sold their success stories to the media, and also gave examples of how to do “damage control” through the media in the case of bad news stories.

  • Farm Budgets Made Simple

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing, Getting Started With Organic Farming

    In this talk from the 2013 ACORN Conference, Richard Wiswall breaks down the most important aspects of calculating farm budgets.  He uses the example of keeping 50 laying hens to demonstrate that a venture may not be as profitable as one would assume. He emphasizes the importance of calculating your own labour costs.

  • Farm Smarter not Harder

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    In this talk from the 2013 ACORN Conference in Moncton, Richard Wiswall speaks on the importance of good record keeping in farming and putting profit ahead of income and expenses when creating farm budgets. He approaches record keeping from a highly practical position to help farmers realize that it is likely that some of their crops are more profitable than others and it is important to track and calculate these facts.

  • The Efficient Farm Office

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing, Getting Started With Organic Farming

    In this workshop from the 2013 ACORN Conference, Richard Wiswall demonstrates how he keeps his farm office organized and running smoothly. He also emphasizes the importance of keeping a paper trail for all your expenses and income to prevent losses.

  • Farmers' Market Fundamentals

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Keltie Butler and Michelle Wolf present at the 2016 ACORN Conference.

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  • Drawing Customers in: Marketing & Promotions

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Michelle Wolf presents at the 2016 ACORN Conference.

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  • Business Skills & Smart Habits

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Michelle Wolf presents at the 2016 ACORN Conference.

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  • Farmers' Market Vendor Success

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Panel Discussion at the 2016 ACORN Conference.

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  • Nurturing Your Relationship

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Michelle Wolf presents at the 2016 ACORN Conference.

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  • Farm Succession

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Robert St-Arnaud presents at the 2016 ACORN Conference.

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  • On-farm Record Keeping

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Chris Wooding presents at the 2016 ACORN Conference.

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  • Cost of Production

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing

    Chris Wooding presents at the 2016 ACORN Conference.

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  • Investing in Organic Agriculture

    Business & Marketing, Getting Started With Organic Farming

    Investing in Organic Agriculture: A path to clean, inclusive, economic growth

    A presentation by AshleySt Hilaire, Canadian Organic Growers; Marie-Eve Levert, Canada Organic Trade Association; and Genevieve Grossenbacher, USC Canada.

  • 2016 Atlantic Organic Production Summary

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Community Supported Agriculture, Fruit & Berry, Getting Started With Organic Farming, Grain & Field Crops, Horticulture, Infrastructure & Equipment, Livestock

  • State of Organics: Federal-Provincial-Territorial Performance Report 2017

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Getting Started With Organic Farming

    On Monday July 17, the Canada Organic Trade Association released the first annual State of Organics: Federal-Provincial-Territorial Performance Report. This report analyzes and tracks the existing organic regulations, policies and programming within the federal, provincial and territorial (FPT) governments. As the first report of its kind, the FPT report is a benchmark, demonstrating the current state of affairs and aims to foster greater government support of the organic sector in Canada.

  • The Start Up: How Regional Farms Financed Their Beginning (Slides from Broadfork Farm)

    Business & Marketing, Getting Started With Organic Farming

    The Start Up: How Regional Farms Financed Their Beginning (Budgets and Actuals): Operator Experience; Infrastructure; Business Plan; Capital; Day-to-Day Operations
  • Organic Price Tracker

    Business & Marketing, Food Skills

    You can search for organic prices in the Maritimes using Canadian Organic Growers' online price tracking tool atwww.OrganicPriceTracker.ca. Thanks to ACORN member producers and volunteers for contributing prices! If you have prices to contribute, please contact tegan@acornorganic.org.

  • Considering the Marketing Co-operative

    ACORN Conference, Business & Marketing, Community Supported Agriculture

    At ACORN's 2013 Conference, Amanda Hachey of the Cooperative Enterprise Council of New Brunswick, gives an overview of co-operative marketing options for organic farms, including multi-farm CSAs.

  • AgPal Program and Service Finder

    Business & Marketing

    AgPal is a web-based discovery tool developed by Agriculture and Agri-food Canada (AAFC) to help producers and others in the agriculture and agri-business sector find the federal, provincial and territorial programs and services that specifically apply to them.

    Canadian farmers and agri-businesses told us about the challenges they face when looking for information about the various types of assistance offered by the different levels of government for the agriculture sector. AgPal was designed to put all of that information at your fingertips; we want to become the one-stop shop for Canadian farmers and agri-businesses looking for information about government resources, programs and services.

    AgPal can help you to identify and link directly to programs and services related to the agriculture sector that are administered by:

    • Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada\

    • Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA)

    • Farm Credit Canada

    • Health Canada (Pest Management Regulatory Agency Programs - PMRAs)

    • Newfoundland & Labrador

    • Nova Scotia

    • Ontario (Growing Forward 2 Programs)

    • Canadian Agricultural HR Council


    We plan to add information from other provinces and territories in the coming months, as well as new functions and features, so we hope you will bookmark this site, and come back and visit us often.

  • AgPal Program and Service Finder

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Getting Started With Organic Farming, Infrastructure & Equipment, Livestock

    AgPal is a web-based discovery tool to help producers and others in the agriculture and agri-business sector find the federal, provincial and territorial programs and services that specifically apply to them.

  • L'État du secteur des produits biologique : Rapport fédéral-provincial-territorial sur le rendement 2017

    Business & Marketing, Certification, Français, Getting Started With Organic Farming