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Farm Safety Program

The Farm Safety 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 the mailbox for assistance.

The Farm Safety Program provides funding for organizations to promote awareness of farm safety issues and encourage the adoption of safe farm practices in Saskatchewan. Through more education on safe farming practices and industry dangers, the Farm Safety Program aims to reduce farm injuries and fatalities in Saskatchewan.


The Farm Safety Program provides funding to eligible projects that focus on one of the following two priorities:

  • Farm safety education and training that engages producers and farm families in adopting safe farm practices; or
  • Education and training on mental health issues affecting farm safety.


Each project will be eligible for funding of up to $25,000 per project to a maximum of $50,000 per applicant per year.

Project funding will be awarded on a competitive basis with up to 100 per cent of the project's eligible expenses being reimbursed.

Generally, funding will be awarded for projects with a duration of one year. Exceptions will be considered for multi-year projects or those that require more than one year to complete.

Collaborative projects among organizations are encouraged.


1. Eligibility

Saskatchewan-based agriculture-related organizations, agri-businesses, public institutions and agencies are eligible to apply.

The following is required for each approved project:

  • A project contract prior to beginning the project; and
  • A final report upon completion of the project.

Eligible expenses/activities include:

  • Presentations by guest speakers, qualified instructors or trainers at an event;
    • Speaker fees and incremental rental costs for speakers or trainers;
    • Hosting safety training courses, workshops and events; and
    • Costs for the development and/or promotion of training resources such as videos, educational materials, displays, farm safety assessment tools, publications and other farm safety or mental health resources.

2. Ineligible Expenses

Expenses/activities that are not eligible include:

  • Funding for core organizational activities such as employee salaries, office costs, accounting and auditing expenses, organizational marketing expenses, etc.;
  • Funding of activities that are already provided for under existing grants from the Ministry of Agriculture;
  • Funding for ongoing or reoccurring initiatives outside the two priority areas;
  • Capital costs such as infrastructure and equipment; and
  • Travel, food and beverage costs, except if they are part of the travel expenses to bring in a guest speaker.

3. Deadline

Deadline to apply was December 1, 2022.

4. Apply

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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