The Veterinary Services Program reimburses participating veterinarians up to $1,000 per farm to cover costs associated with their travel and professional service fees.
The Department of Environment and the Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board are seeking public comment on a draft management plan for the Takhini and Braeburn elk herds. Public meetings will also be held in Carmacks, Haines Junction and Whitehorse. Deadline for comment is October 13, 2015.
The Government of Yukon is currently seeking public feedback on a draft local food strategy for Yukon. The strategy aims to encourage Yukoners to make healthy and local food choices, and to increase the production and use of locally grown vegetables, meat and other food products.
Following a modernized Animal Health Act coming into effect in January 2014, regulations are now being developed. Between April and early July 2015, feedback on regulation concepts was collected from interested stakeholders and a summary document is now available.
The results of the consultation and final concept of the proposed agriculture land release in the Sunnydale area is now available.
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