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Being a part of the Canada Community Pasture Transition Program can help fund the lease and purchase of Saskatchewan pasture land. Learn who is eligible and how to apply.
Environmental programming is intended to improve producer and public understanding of the possible impact of agriculture on the environment.
Eligible applicants can access funding to develop new water sources, protect existing sources or expand irrigated acres.
Learn about food safety, plant and animal health programs available in Saskatchewan.
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With the GF2 agreement expiring in 2018, plans are underway to develop the next policy framework and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture is undertaking a series of consultations to ensure the new framework meets the needs and expectations of the sector.
The Market Development Program assist Saskatchewan organizations and businesses in pursuing new marketing opportunities.
Agri-food processors and businesses can seek funding to adopt new technology or processes to improve efficiency.
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