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Indigenous agricultural business management recommendations highlighted in report

By: RealAgriculture News Team

October 4, 2021

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Farm Management Canada (FMC) has released a new research report that investigates the business management needs of Indigenous agricultural producers in Canada.

The report, titled “The Path Forward: Supporting the Business Management Needs of Indigenous Producers,” was made possible by participation of indigenous agricultural business owners from coast-to-coast in surveys, focus groups, and interviews, says FMC.

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The organization highlights two notable pieces of information gleaned from the report: there is a desire from Indigenous producers for more business management training; and, there is a growing number of Indigenous people working in agriculture, working to build community, economic opportunity, and food self-determination.

The report also identified five high-level recommendations:

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Recognizing the growth of First Nations and Métis people in agriculture in the last decade, FMC contracted the Canadian Agricultural Human Resources Council, with the guidance of their Indigenous Advisory Council for this research. The projected was funded in part by Bayer, Farm Credit Canada, and the Canadian Canola Growers Association.