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Apply for GF2 Agriculture Development Fund


1. Guidance

ADF project funding is designed to support the sustainability of the agriculture industry in Saskatchewan by helping develop solutions to emerging problems that constrain production. Examples include projects that will create more feeding and nutrition options for livestock producers or new crop cultivars for growers.

2. Eligibility

Any person, business or organization with an idea that may be of practical value to Saskatchewan's agriculture and food industry is encouraged to submit a Letter of Intent. Proposed research projects must align with Ministry and industry priorities.

3. How To Apply

To apply, please log into the online application system and complete a Letter of Intent (LOI) and/or a full ADF application.

If you require additional information or if a problem occurs please contact the Database Administrator at:
Phone: (306) 787-5929 Fax: (306) 787-2654 E-mail:


4. Apply


5. Further Information

Letters of Intent: You may submit Letters of Intent between March 1 and April 15. Completed forms must be submitted through the online system. The current call for Letters of Intent closed on April 15th, 2015. Thank you for your interest in the ADF program

Full Proposal: Successful Letters of Intent will be invited to submit a full application proposal. Completed forms must be submitted through the online system

New applicants please click “Register”, existing users please click “Login”.

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