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Irrigation District In-fill Component Program

Benefits

  • Expand irrigation infrastructure within existing irrigation districts to increase infill capacity
  • Develop new irrigated acres in Saskatchewan

Eligibility

Irrigation districts in Saskatchewan with an irrigation in‐fill development plan and an irrigation replacement fund approved by the Ministry.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Expand the irrigation district's existing infill capacity;
  • Meet standards endorsed by a consulting engineer and in compliance with the Saskatchewan Irrigation and Construction Standards Manual;
  • Enhance the potential for rural economic growth;
  • Result in development of new, sustainable irrigated acres;
  • Projects must be commenced after April 1, 2013, and be completed and claim submitted by February 15, 2018; and
  • Project status reports are required in 18‐month intervals following date of written project approval. Failure to provide project status reports may result in denial of project claims.

How To Apply

Review Irrigation District In-fill Component - Program Guidelines

Apply

Apply for the Irrigation District In-fill Component Program

Apply by August 1, 2017 

Completed application forms can be submitted by:

Farm and Ranch Water Infrastructure
Program Financial Programs Branch
Ministry of Agriculture
329 - 3085 Albert Street
Regina SK S4S 0B1

Further Information

Download Claim Form


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