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Renseignements en Français

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Environmental Farm Plans

The Environmental Farm Plan (EFP) is a free, online self-assessment tool designed to help producers identify environmental risks on their farm and create action plans to address those risks.

During the process producers:

  • Highlight their farm’s environmental strengths; 
  • Identify areas of environmental concern; and 
  • Make realistic action plans to address identified environmental concerns.


Any producer can complete an Environmental Farm Plan.

Once a producer has completed an EFP, it will be submitted to the Ministry’s Agriculture Knowledge Centre where a specialist will review it and be available for assistance if required.   

Additional Information

Completion of an EFP may be required for select Farm Stewardship Program Beneficial Management Practices (BMPs). Please check BMP description for more information.


You can update or complete an Environmental Farm Plan online.

Launch the Environmental Farm Plan Online Tool

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