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Become a Member

The NWT agri-food industry is poised for significant growth while still facing significant hurdles. Some of these hurdles are unique to the NWT and need an NWT solution. The Territorial Agri-food Association hopes to build vibrant and sustainable Northern Agri-food industry that will contribute to solving many ongoing challenges faced by the NWT, including food security, poverty reduction, climate change, economic development, and job creation.

If you are concerned about issues related to agri-food, join the TAA and be a part of a grassroots organization that advocates for and promotes food from the NWT for the NWT.

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Agri-food Entrepeneur

Those who are
actively engaged in commercial 
agrifood endeavours with the intention to generate sales.

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Allied Member

Organizations and businesses that serve
the needs of agri-food entrepreneurs. 
i.e. Government, non-profits
co-ops, etc.

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of NWT


who support the Vision, Mission and goals of TAA.

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  1. Get support for accessing funding opportunities

  2. Benefit from organizational advocacy with the GNWT

  3. Access critical information, resources, and expertise.

You will also receive exclusive members services and discounts as our organization grows!

  1. Network and collaborate as part of a dynamic community of agri-food entrepreneurs in the NWT and across Canada

  2. Be represented by the trusted organization dedicated to advocating for and promoting the interests of the NWT
    agri-food industry


  3. Access training and professional development opportunities unique to the industry.

  1. Participate in agri-food research and innovation projects.

  2. Make a contribution to policy and programs solutions that enhance the success of the NWT agri-food industry.

  3. Share your voice and your expertise.

  4. Showcase your agri-food business in the TAA newsletter, member Directory and website


We send out a monthly newsletter to our email list detailing upcoming workshops and seminars, sharing opportunities from partners and third parties, providing updates on government programs and funding opportunities and well as sector best practises. We try to make our newsletters short and of value.

For older newsletters, email


TAA Members can have their business featured on our website and promoted through our social media at no charge. To find out how, contact our Executive Director at

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