2018 Grades 5-7 Poster Contest Winners
Congrats to our three Wetlands and Wildlife poster contest winners!
First Place was awared to Russell Pole of Shaunavon, second place was awarded to Earl Vbongen of Swift Current, and third place was awarded to Lisa Hofer of Pelletier Hill School, Simmie! Good job everyone and be sure to watch out for more contests!


Russell Pole, 1st place


Earl Vbongen, 2nd place


Lisa Hofer, 3rd place
*NEW* Canadian Agricultural Partnership
The Agri-Environmental Group Plan (AEGP) funding programs under Growing Forward 2 have closed as of March 31, 2018. The Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) is the new five year federal and provincal investment funding term for Saskatchewan farmers and ranchers! The Farm Stewardship and Farm and Ranch Water Infrastructure Programs are back under the Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change division of CAP! For more information on new programs please visit:

http://www.saskatchewan.ca/CAP

Farm Stewardship Projects, with the exception of variable rate mapping, are now pre-approvals which includes seeding tame and/or native forage. Please contact us before purchasing seed to check eligibility for these projects, as well as any other projects you may have this spring and summer! Be sure to also contact us before starting any Farm and Ranch Water Infrastructure projects, as some may require additional approvals.



Foraging into the Future 10
The 2018 Foraging into the Future 10 is taking place December 11 and 12th! Check out the Save the Date and call for more information!
Check out the new videos on our YouTube Channel.




NEW!!!!!!
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Rain Chain Instructions
Adobe Acrobat File Rain Chain (348KB)

Rain Barrel Maintenance
 
Adobe Acrobat File Rain Barrel Maintenance (721KB)

Drought Proof Your Life
Drought Proof your life by making a simple rain barrel. Watch this video for step by step instructions.



Protect our Waters CLEAN, DRAIN, DRY
Aquatic invasive species (AIS) threaten aquatic habitats, fisheries and valuable recreational resources. They can spread through water or by attaching to watercraft, related equipment and gear, and aquatic plants.

You can help stop the spread by remembering to practice:

CLEAN, DRAIN, DRY

  Click here to learn more.
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