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Renseignements en Français

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Irrigation Program

The Irrigation Program under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership has closed and is no longer accepting new applications. If you have an approved project underway and require the corresponding claim forms, please call the Agriculture Knowledge Centre at 1-866-457-2377 or email for assistance.

Irrigation programming supports sustainable agriculture water management and adaptation to climate change by providing funding support for:

  • Improved efficiencies in irrigation systems; and
  • Development of new irrigation acres.

There are two streams:

Irrigation Environmental Efficiency Program: supports improved energy and water efficiencies for producers by converting low efficiency or high pressure irrigation systems to high efficiency, low pressure irrigation systems.

Irrigation Development Program: supports infrastructure development to create a secure water supply to the edge of irrigable land parcels and increase irrigation capacity by a minimum of 10 acres. The Ministry of Agriculture, Crops and Irrigation Branch can assist you with the steps involved in the irrigation development process.

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