Traceability Knowledge Transfer

The Traceability Knowledge Transfer (TKT) program provides funding support to agriculture, food, and seafood industry organizations for the purpose of educating their membership about traceability systems, practices, infrastructure, and technologies.

Industry organizations may apply for funding to support knowledge and (or) skills development on a relevant traceability topic. These topics may include (but are not limited to): 

  • General traceability
  • Livestock traceability
  • Traceability in food production
  • Traceability in food processing

Note: Activities focused on livestock traceability must include a discussion about premises identification. Registration with the BC Premises ID Program will be mandatory for BC livestock operators in 2022. BC Premises ID registration forms and brochures must be made available to event attendees.

Eligible Applicants

Eligible industry organizations (applicants) include:

  • Agriculture, food, or seafood industry associations
  • Farmer’s Institutes
  • 4-H clubs

How to apply

Applications to fund a speaker for events focused on traceability can be submitted through the Knowledge and Technology Transfer Program (KTTP). More information on the KTTP is available on the program’s website or by contacting

Canadian Agricultural Partnership, Government of British Columbia, Government of Canada