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IAPO offers financing and business support to help First Nations farmer flourish

Whether you’re a new farmer or an established farmer looking to expand, IAPO offers an assortment of financing solutions, learning opportunities and business support to help you build and grow your business. Using a trusted farm business advisor or a team of advisors can help your farm reach greater financial success.

What IAPO Offers

First Nations Farm and Business Financing

Specialized farm and agribusiness financing that suits your business needs.


Business Financing

We offer flexible financing options to meet the needs of a variety of businesses across a range of industries.


Farm Advisory

From seed to sheep, IAPO’s business advisors can provide the technical support and information resources to help you succeed.


Links & Resources

We’re dedicated to helping First Nation farmers succeed, that’s why we’ve curated a list of valuable resources to help you in your business.


What Our Clients Say

From the information from IAPO and the people I’ve met I can make better business and production decisions.

Tom S.

Upcoming Events

At IAPO we’re dedicated to supporting farmers and small business owners with up-to-date knowledge of farming practices, technologies and new programs. That’s why we offer workshops to strengthen the knowledge base of the communities we support.

There are no upcoming events at this time.


IAPO Notice re: Corona Virus (COVID 19)

   Until further notice, IAPO’s offices are closed and all field activities,

    including client visits and workshops, have been suspended.

   Business operations will continue with staff working remotely by phone and email.

   Please call 1-800-363-0329 or email info@indianag.on.ca for loan administration and general inquires.

   For Business development and financing related inquiries, contact our Business Advisors directly at:

      Camden Lawrence 613 403 1546 camden@indianag.on.ca

For information on financing and grants to support First Nations businesses during COVID 19, check out COVID Emergency Loan Program in our financing section.