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The Agriculture Awareness Initiative Program provides support to build awareness and trust in modern agriculture. The program is designed to help individuals and organizations tell the story of Saskatchewan agriculture.
The Agriculture Awareness Initiative Program is a proposal-based program to fund strategic industry projects that target critical audiences and address key threats to agriculture's social licence.
Before applying, interested applicants must consult with a Public Trust Specialist.
Saskatchewan-based organizations and individuals are eligible.
This may include, but is not limited to:
Collaboration between organizations is encouraged.
If an applicant is involved with livestock operations, they must have a Saskatchewan Premises Identification number.
Eligible projects include:
All initiatives must offer a public benefit. Funding will not be provided for projects that advance private or corporate interests. For example, marketing campaigns to increase the sales of a proprietary product would not be eligible; however, an education campaign promoting how the commodity was produced may be considered.
Eligible expenses can include:
Ineligible expenses include:
Applications deadlines are bi-monthly:
All projects must be completed by December 31, 2022.
All applicants will be required to sign a contract before the project is initiated and funded.
Note: it is recommended that this application form is saved to your computer before entering in your information.
Completed application packages can be submitted by email or mail to:
Ministry of Agriculture, Programs Branch
329 – 3085 Albert Street
Regina SK S4S 0B1
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