Improving Agricultural Initiatives in Northern and Remote Settings through Region-Specific Agricultural Best Management Practices

The project seeks to compile data from previous and current agricultural initiatives in northern and remote regions of Canada to determine which agricultural practices are most effective in these regions and to identify the knowledge gaps that hinder the efficacy of such initiatives. These practices and knowledge gaps will be elaborated upon using local knowledge as well as relevant research from other northern regions (ie. Greenland, Scandinavia, Siberia). The information will then be compiled into a set of agricultural best management practices which will be made available via an online platform comprised of various modules, a discussion forum, case studies and links to relevant webinars and resources.

Faculty Supervisor:

Treena Delormier


Rose Seguin


Choice North Farms


Food science


Aboriginal affairs




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