Taste of Nova Scotia recently awarded several Nova Scotian companies at the 2016 Taste of Nova Scotia Awards.
A new training program for agricultural equipment technicians will provide in-demand opportunities for apprentices and help Nova Scotia farmers improve productivity
The federal and provincial governments announce up to $2.69 million to help apple growers recover from fire blight.
The federal and provincial governments announced up to $950,000 to help maple producers recover from extreme weather.
Welcome to the Department of Agriculture website.
The site is intended to answer questions quickly and be more user-friendly. Our home page now offers a more extensive menu, extra helpful descriptions, and new key links.
The Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture is collecting feedback from stakeholders for the Next Policy Framework (NPF).
We are committed to ensuring that stakeholders from all parts of the agriculture and agri-food value chain are provided an opportunity to share their perspectives on the policies and programming that enable our sector’s success, as well as the emerging challenges that the sector may face. This online survey is part of a larger consultation process.
We would appreciate your taking the time to complete the online survey. It should take about 10 to 15 minutes of your time. The survey will collect feedback regarding programs or initiatives for the six priority areas outlined in The Calgary Statement that was released by the federal, provincial and territorial ministers of agriculture in July 2016.
The survey will close on April 28, 2017.
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