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Canada and Saskatchewan Community Pasture Transition Program

Lease or Purchase Agricultural Crown Land

The Canada Community Pasture Transition Program and Saskatchewan Pasture Program (SPP) Transition Program offer funds to help Canada Community Pasture Program and SPP Transition Program patrons lease or purchase Saskatchewan pasture land.

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1. Guidance

Canada Community Pasture Program and SPP Transition Program patron groups can:

  • Obtain professional legal and financial services to develop legal entities and operational business plans.
  • Obtain technical services to acquire skills in management of environmentally sensitive land, human resources, finances and adoption of new technologies.
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2. Eligibility

Those eligible for the Canada Community Pasture Program and SPP Transition Program are:

  • Canadian citizens 18 years of age or older who are Canada Community Pasture Program Transition patrons and SPP Transition Program patrons; and
  • Members of a grazing co-operative or corporation in Saskatchewan.
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3. How To Apply

Applicants must complete the applicable Funding Application Form.

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5. Further Information

Learn more about Transferring Federal Pastures.
Learn more about Saskatchewan Pastures Program.

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