Growing Forward 2


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Growing Forward 2 (GF2) is a federal-provincial-territorial initiative that encouraged innovation, competitiveness and market development, adaptability and industry sustainability in Canada's agri-food and agri products sector. In Ontario, GF2 has provided resources, tools and cost-share funding to producers, processors, organizations and collaborations to grow their profits, expand markets and manage shared risks.

The program has now ended. The successor program to GF2 is the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (the Partnership) which started on April 1, 2018. Program details, including how to apply, program guides, and application forms can be found online at: ontario.ca/agpartnership.

GF2 Results

From 2013 to 2018, the federal and provincial governments committed over $147 million in cost-share funding to producers, processors, and organizations and collaborations towards more than 6,500 projects through GF2.

Learn more about the results that producers, processors and organizations and collaborations have achieved with this funding.

Success Stories

Province-wide recipients, January 24, 2018

Producers enhance their operations with GF2 funding (videos)

Organizations and collaborations innovate and improve profitability with GF2 funding (videos)

GF2 Announcements January 16, 2017 (Excel)

Toronto Region (Excel)

York Region Recipients (Excel)

Dufferin and Simcoe Counties (Excel)

Hamilton Region Recipients (Processors) (Excel)

Niagara Region Recipients (Processors) (Excel)

Wine Week (Excel)

Craft Beer Week (Excel)

Cider Project Recipients (Excel)

Halton and Peel Region Recipients - Processors (Excel)

Eastern Ontario Recipients - Processors (Excel)

Ontario Craft Brewery ramps up production with Growing Forward 2 funding

Ontario greenhouse business enhances its competitive edge with Growing Forward 2 funding

 



Author: Samantha Millar Quinlan
Creation Date: 19 March 2013
Last Reviewed: 01 May 2018