Ontario Agri-Food Innovation Alliance: KTT Mobilization Initiatives


Ontario Agri-Food Innovation Alliance (the Alliance)


Alliance KTT Funding Program


Knowledge Translation and Transfer (KTT) Mobilization Initiatives provide one time financial support of up to $5,000 for a product that translates and transfers research that benefits Ontario’s agri-food sector or rural communities.

KTT Mobilization Initiatives must fall within an established OMAFRA research theme.

Grant applications will be accepted on a rolling basis (until funds are exhausted). First assessment will take place April 3, 2019.


University of Guelph faculty are eligible to be the Lead Applicant/Principal Investigator for projects supported by the Ontario Agri-Food Innovation Alliance’s KTT Funding Program. University of Guelph faculty includes assistant professors, associate professors and professors.

Adjunct faculty eligible to hold research funding at the U of G may also apply. The adjunct appointment must be in place for the duration of the proposed project.

Maximum Project Value


Indirect Costs

No funds may be charged for staffing/personnel or conference travel.

Project Duration

Up to one year.


If College-level review is required, your College will communicate its earlier internal deadlines.

External Deadline

Applicant to submit a completed application form to the Alliance directly at kttadmin@uoguelph.ca. There is no deadline associated with this program.

How to Apply

PDF application forms must be submitted to the Alliance directly. The application form can be found on the Alliance website.

For Questions, please contact

Rebecca Moore, Manager, Communications and Knowledge Mobilization
Office of Research, Agri-Food Partnership

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