Nova Scotia Federation of Agriculture

Water Resource Program

The Water Resource Program funded projects which were of strategic value related to stewardship and management of provincial water resources to protect agriculture and recreational fishing. The Water Resource Program was administered by the Nova Scotia Federation of Agriculture, through the NSFA Agricultural Water Committee, with the funding support of the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture.

There were 8 projects funded over the span of the project from September 2016 to December 2017.

  1. Development of Nitrate Management Strategies for the Village of Port Williams
  2. Reducing nitrate loading to groundwater in NS by quantifying soil nitrogen supply of agricultural soils as a means of developing site specific N fertilizer recommendations
  3. LaHave River Watershed Agricultural Assessment and Restoration Project
  4. Mabou Harbour Watershed
  5. Impact of Lake Recovery on Agricultural Ecosystems Services
  6. Silage Seepage Containment
  7. An Assessment of Environmental Pressures on Water Quality in the Carleton River Catchment and Adjacent Areas
  8. Comparative Analysis of Milking Systems in NS to Improve Efficiency and Sustainability of Water Resources

events

  1. Dairy Farmers of Nova Scotia Annual Meeting

    January 15 - January 17
  2. Maple Producers Association of NS Annual General Meeting

    January 19
  3. Nova Scotia Mink Breeders Annual Meeting

    January 19
  4. Scotia Horticultural Congress

    January 27 - January 29
  5. NS Fruit Growers Association

    January 28 - January 30

contact

60 Research Drive,
Perennia Innovation Park
Bible Hill, N.S.
B6L 2R2

Phone – 902-893-2293
Fax – 902-893-7063
E-mailinfo@nsfa-fane.ca