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Environmental Farm Plans

Environmental Farm Plans (EFP) are self assessments designed to help producers become aware of the environmental effects of their farm and improve environmental conditions. 

The EFP online, interactive, self-assessment tool will allow producers to work through their Environmental Farm Plans at their own pace to complete an individual action plan.


1. Guidance

Producers voluntarily prepare an Environment Farm Plan, which will assess environmental conditions in up to 25 different areas.

During the process:

  • farmers highlight their farm’s environmental strengths; 
  • identify areas of environmental concern; and 
  • make realistic action plans to improve conditions.

2. Eligibility

Any producer who is interested can complete an Environmental Farm Plan.


3. Apply

You can update or complete an Environmental Farm Plan online.

Launch the EFP Tool

4. Further Information

Producers who have completed an EFP can apply to the Farm Stewardship Program for funding to assist them in implementing specific projects.

Producers who do not have an EFP can apply for funding for select Beneficial Management Practices (BMPs) through Agri-Environmental Group Plans (AEGP).

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