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The PEI Department of Agriculture and Land began a long term soil quality monitoring project in 1998 to routinely assess and monitor fluctuations in soil quality and soil nutrient levels within agricultural land on PEI. This report is to serve as an updated version of the 2012 report and includes...
Call for Applications for Soil Conservation - Erosion Control Structures, The application intake is, September 15, 2020 at 8:00 am, for 2021-22 Erosion Control Structure projects under the Agriculture Stewardship Program - Beneficial Management Practices (BMP) Sub-Program. Applications submitted...
Evaluation Report: Mental Health Promotion Policy (2020) This report provides the results of an evaluation of the PEI Department of Agriculture and Land's Mental Health Promotion Policy (April 1, 2019 to March 31, 2020)
The Applied Research Sub-Program will support the undertaking of short-term applied research that will yield economic benefits to the PEI agriculture industry. , Who is eligible for funding?, Mi’kmaq First Nations and other Indigenous Organizations; Agricultural producers; Agriculture industry...
The Innovative Technologies Sub-Program will support implementation of technologies, which are leading edge, potentially high-risk and first of their kind to the province or region, including on-farm crop and livestock diversification, Who is eligible for funding?, Mi’kmaq First Nations and other...
The Industry Research Coordination Sub-Program will support commodity groups and industry organizations to implement activities related to the coordination of research for their sector, Who is eligible for funding?, Agriculture industry organizations, clubs, and associations., What types of...
The Technology and Science Adoption Sub-Program will support the adoption and/or implementation of best practices, new technologies, and processes that will improve efficiency and profit margins. , Who is eligible for funding?, Mi’kmaq First Nations and other Indigenous Organizations; Agricultural...
The Future Farmer Program will support the expansion of domestic and international competitiveness by supporting new farmers to improve the probability that they establish or continue profitable and sustainable commercial farm businesses. The program will help new entrants through three streams of...
The Business Development Program will support the agriculture sector by providing funding for skills training, business planning and implementation, benchmarking and risk management activities which will expand domestic and international markets for Prince Edward Island producers and small to...
The Increasing Market Competitiveness Sub-Program will support producers and processors in capturing a larger share of the certified organic market which will increase their profitability., Who is eligible for funding?, Mi’kmaq First Nations and other Indigenous Organizations; Certified Organic...