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Water program helping Ontario farmers

ONTARIO - Growing Forward 2 (GF2), a federal-provincial-territorial initiative, is providing $1.5 million to support farm water quality and water quantity projects that will benefit Ontario agricultural producers and organizations.

Farm & Food Care Ontario will administer the program.

The Water Adaptation Management and Quality Initiative (WAMQI) will support demonstration and applied research projects that showcase innovative technologies and solutions for agricultural water conservation and water efficiency activities related to adapting to climate change.

Projects that support the efficient use of nutrients and effective nutrient management related to water quality are also eligible for funding.

WAMQI provides cost-share funding of 40 per cent to 100% of the eligible project costs, with a maximum funding contribution of $70,000 per project.

The deadline for application is March 4, 2014.

For more information or an application form visit


February 14, 2014


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