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Renseignements en Français

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Food Facts

Often the term ‘agriculture’ conjures images of horses, plows and red barns. But the industry has changed dramatically. Learn about how modern agriculture provides solutions for a growing world and how producers are stewards of land and livestock, responsibly producing healthy, safe and affordable food.

Farm and Food Care Saskatchewan

Farm and Food Care Saskatchewan helps to connect you with the farmers and ranchers that grow your food. Find out more about where your food comes from.

Agriculture in the Classroom

Agriculture in the Classroom offers free innovative, experiential, curriculum-based programs and resources focused on educating young people on the agriculture industry.

Saskatchewan’s Stewardship Journey

Farmers and ranchers work to protect the environment. By adopting new production practices and technologies, and always trying to improve on old ones, they have made sustainability a priority for more than 100 years. The story of Saskatchewan’s stewardship journey is worth sharing – take a look.

Our Food Has a Story

Our Food Has a Story provides the tools and resources you need to share your food story. These tools make it easy to get started, or if you are a veteran at sharing your story, build on existing efforts.

Looking for more information about agriculture? Check out the online resources below:


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