Saskatchewan Environmental Farm Plan

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Environmental Farm Plans (EFPs) are assessments voluntarily prepared by producers to increase their environmental awareness in up to 25 different areas of their farm. Through the EFP process, farmers will highlight their farm's environmental strengths, identify areas of environmental concern, and set realistic action plans with time tables to improve environmental conditions.

Completing or updating an EFP online will allow producers to work through the process at their own pace in order to complete an individual action plan. For technical assistance or more information on the Environmental Farm Plan Program please contact the Agriculture Knowledge Centre at 1-866-457-2377 or aginfo@gov.sk.ca.

The Farm Stewardship Program provides funding to assist in implementing specific projects. To access Best Management Practices (BMPs) under the Farm Stewardship Program, producers must complete an Environmental Farm Plan (EFP). When individual EFPs reach 10 years of age, producers will be required to review and update their plan in order to continue to qualify under the Farm Stewardship Program.

If you do not have an individual Environmental Farm Plan (EFP), producers can apply through an AEGP for Farm Stewardship Program funding for select BMPs. See Agri-Environmental Group Plans (AEGP) for more information.