Halton Agricultural Program

Agricultural landowners in Halton are encouraged to complete an Environmental Farm Plan for their operation.  Farm properties that have completed an Environmental Farm Plan are eligible to apply to the Growing Forward II Program for funding to assist with the implementation of various agri-environmental improvement projects.  For details on how to complete an Environmental Farm Plan and apply to the Growing Forward II Program, follow the quick links on this page.

In addition to the funding offered through the Growing Forward II Program for agricultural management activities, funding is available to assist you with additional stewardship activities on your property through the following programs:

Credit Valley Conservation has staff available to assist you with the planning of your agri-environmental improvement project.  Assistance with project design and sourcing funding is available.

For more information and to arrange a site visit, please contact:

Mark Eastman, Senior Coordinator, Agricultural Outreach

Office: (905) 670-1615 extension 720
Cell: (416) 294-7335
Toll Free: 1 (800) 668-5557

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