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Learn about recent updates for the EFP program, other agri-environmental programs, and how EFP plays into agricultural markets.

Beneficial Management Practices

Maintaining a healthy environment is essential to the success of Alberta’s agricultural producers. Learn about BMPs that you can adopt on your farm to reduce environmental risk.


Brochures, fact sheets, reports developed by Alberta EFP.


Video tutorials to assist you through the entire process of the environmental farm plan.

Alberta EFP

New Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership (SCAP) Cost-Share Programs

Alberta EFPApr 24, 2023
The Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership (SCAP), through the provincial government, recently released its cost-share programs. Three of the programs require...

Soil Management

Alberta EFPMar 13, 2023
What you should know Profitable food production depends on healthy, productive soil. Damaged soil produces far less today and in the...

Pasture Management

Alberta EFPMar 13, 2023
In April we start gearing up to move our livestock to pasture. Chapter 22 in the Alberta EFP workbook gives...

Continuing to Link Sustainable Alberta Agriculture to the World

Alberta EFPFeb 10, 2023
 Consumers are continuing to be more interested in how their food is grown, processed and brought to market. The international agricultural...

On Farm Climate Action Fund

Alberta EFPAug 12, 2022
Producer Dollars Available First announced in Budget 2021, the $200-million On-Farm Climate Action Fund is an initiative to help farmers tackle...

The Power of Water

Alberta EFPJun 09, 2022
What you should know In order for water bodies to function as productive parts of your farm, you need to include...

Beekeeping and the EFP

Alberta EFPMay 24, 2022
Beekeeping and the Environmental Farm Plan The Alberta Environmental Farm Plan (EFP) is a whole farm environmental assessment tool with the...

It Starts with Soil

Alberta EFPApr 21, 2022
Just as the soils are the basis for your farm the basis for your EFP helps you understand your soils and site characteristics. This excerpt from the webbook helps farmers understand why it all begins from the ground up.