Changes to Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) programs in Alberta will be in effect for the remainder of the CAP, which expires on March 31, 2023. The changes will strengthen the focus on investment and growth of the agriculture, agri-food and agri-processing industry in Alberta; encourage innovation and technological advancement on-farm and in value-added facilities; and maintain our pledge to grow public confidence in the agriculture industry.
Other programming for the agriculture and agri-business sector may be found here:; a web-based discovery tool developed by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) to help farmers and others in the agriculture and agri-business sector find the federal, provincial, and territorial agricultural information that specifically applies to them.
Alberta Agriculture and Forestry and Results Driven Agriculture Research (RDAR) have entered into an agreement where RDAR administers the CAP Science and Research program funding. RDAR’s mandate is to support results driven agriculture research priorities and programs that will increase competitiveness and profitability of Alberta’s agriculture industry. Visit RDAR to learn more about funding for science and research projects. If you have questions regarding an existing grant under the Accelerating the Advancement of Agricultural Innovation or Adapting Innovative Solutions in Agriculture programs, please forward the correspondence to email@example.com to ensure all reporting requirements are received and any questions or requests can be addressed.