Department of Agriculture
Students across the province will connect with local farmers to learn more about Nova Scotia agriculture as part of Canadian Agriculture Literacy Week as Nova Scotia farmers read books about farming to students.
Dogs will no longer be allowed to be tethered for more than 12 hours at a time under draft standards of care released by Agriculture Minister Keith Colwell.
Nova Scotians are getting a taste of local foods at community suppers around the province this winter.
The Governments of Canada and Nova Scotia have announced $2.3 million under the AgriRecovery program to help Nova Scotia strawberry producers recover from the impact of the strawberry virus.
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.