Living Laboratories Initiative: Collaborative Program: Step 2. Who is eligble
Step 2. Who is eligible
To be eligible, each applicant will be required to interact directly with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s (AAFC) Science and Technology Branch in all stages of the application development including: project concept, science methodology, and consortium and collaboration development in advance of any application submission.
In advance of the application, applicants should have developed a network of partnerships including, where applicable, inclusion of Indigenous communities and engagement with the AAFC Science and Technology Branch. Although one lead applicant will be submitting an application, the requirement of the Living Laboratories Initiative: Collaborative Program (LLI:CP) is that the lead applicant establishes a consortia of partners for the project, who will be actively participating in the delivery of the project work objectives for the Living Laboratory site.
To be eligible you must be a legal entity that can enter into legally binding agreements. Eligible applicants are:
- Not-for-profit organizations
- Indigenous groups
- Agriculture producer(s) and or producer groups
- Academic institutions
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