Our Programs

To see a complete list of the programs the council has administered click here. Below is a list of our current programs.

Current Open Programs

Greenhouse Competitiveness and Innovation Initiative

The objective of the Greenhouse Competitiveness and Innovation Initiative (GCII) is to increase sector competitiveness, by providing broad-based support that fosters innovation and investment in the sector.

Closed Programs with Active Projects

Greenhouse Renewable Energy Technologies R&D Initiative

The Agricultural Adaptation Council (AAC) is issuing the $1 million Greenhouse Renewable Energy Technologies (GRET) R&D Initiative call for proposals to support innovative research and development projects that focus on renewable energy technologies for the Ontario greenhouse sector.

Growing Forward 2 - Organizations and Collaborations

The AAC assists in the delivery of GF2 for Ontario organizations and collaborations. The last intake under the organizations and collaborations stream closed April 20, 2017.

Canadian Food Processing Innovation and Prosperity Cluster

To view to the Canadian Food Innovators’ website click here. The Canadian Food Processing Innovation and Prosperity Cluster is driving innovation in the food and beverage processing industry across Canada. The cluster addresses several cross-cutting themes including advancing health and ...

Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Research and Innovation Cluster

The Canadian Ornamental Horticulture Research and Innovation Cluster (COHA) is a strategic and co-ordinated suite of research activities designed to increase the competitiveness and sustainability of the ornamental horticulture sector and create economic growth and market expansion. The Canadian ...

Agri-Based Industrial Bioproducts R&D Challenge

The AAC is excited to be partnering with the Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE), and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) to support collaborative research and development projects through OCE’s Voucher for Industry Association R&D Challenge Program.