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Imagine a stronger community. Up to $100,000 in funding for your community initiative.

The Peavey Industries Community Agricultural Grant offers a source of funding for innovative local agricultural projects that will help strengthen your local rural, area, town or city. Who can apply? Anyone who lives within 350km from Peavey Industries location can apply. The grant will be awarded to a non-profit organization or group of individuals. Have questions? Email us: cag@peaveyindustries.com
Past Grant Recipients: Check out the interactive map below to view previous winners, read their stories, view their pictures and watch their mini documentaries:



Grant Recipients

2013
 

St. Paul, Alberta - St Paul Champions for Change received a grant for a plan integrating local food with the community.
 

2014
 

Beausejour, Manitoba - Association for Community Living received a grant for a plan to improve gardening skills among underemployed, and enhance local food capacity.
 

Pinawa, Manitoba - Pinawa School received a grant for a school garden.
 

Whitewood, Saskatchewan - Destination Whitewood received a grant for a community garden.
 

2015
 

Stony Plain, Alberta - Young Agrarians received a grant for province-wide workshops and network events targeting the next generation of farmers.
 

2016
 

Crossfield, Alberta - Crossfield Ag Society received a grant for their Good Food Box program.
 

Dawson Creek, BC - South Peace Historial Society received a grant for their permanent pioneer agriculture educational display.
 

Medicine Hat, Alberta - Medicine Hat Exhibition & Stampede received a grant for their water conservation plan.
 

Rockglen, Saskatchewan - Rockglen Beautifucation Committee received a grant for their Memorial Fruit Orchard.
 

Tomahawk, Alberta - Tomahawk & District Sports Agra Society received a grant for their farm tours for school children.
 

Winnipeg, Manitoba - Fort Whyte Foundation received a grant for youth urban agricultural education programs.
 

2017
 

Lloydminster, Alberta - E.S. Laird Middle School received a grant paid over 3 years for a Grade 9 comprehensive food growing curriculum, from pollination to composting.
 

Grande Prairie, Alberta - Peace Area Riding for the Disabled Society received goods in kind to help build and enhance their equine program.
 

Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan - South Central Food Security Network received a grant to promote existing community orchards and develop canning workshops.
 

Regina, Saskatchewan - South Zone Community Garden Association received a grant to build new watered garden plots, for offering to new Canadians to help with integration.
 

Grindrod, BC - Grindrod Elementary Parent Advisory Council received a grant to build a teaching garden.