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Why Ag?

The world can’t live without food, and as the global population grows there will be increasing pressure to produce more food. Saskatchewan is a major player in the world’s food supply chain and the challenges of the future have already come to Saskatchewan to be solved.

In preparing for the future, the time is now to get involved. With great challenges, there comes great opportunity and Saskatchewan is poised for success. Our Province is home to pioneering technology that can help the world produce more food with less and ease the pressures of the growing population. Saskatchewan attracts its young people and people from across the world to engage in our internationally recognized research and development programs. Through this research and development comes tremendous opportunity for you to build the future facilities, manage world leading projects, track spending and foster innovation. Strategic investments in agricultural biotechnology research, world class animal and crop genetics, as well as the very best colleges, universities and technical institutes provide the appropriate training to lay a solid foundation for the agricultural sector to grow, right here in Saskatchewan.

If an exciting and tremendous career that won’t fall out of fashion appeals to you, there are plenty of reasons, and career paths available, if you thinkAG.   

What is Agriculture?

Agriculture is one of the first true industries the world has ever known and it has fuelled civilization before the beginnings of recorded history. Modern agriculture varies significantly from the agricultural industry of even a few decades ago. Fuelling that change has been world leading science, attentive environmental stewardship and the renowned prairie innovation and work ethic.

Agriculture most often conjures thoughts of farmers tending their fields on tractors, but as pressures of the modern world mount, it is essential for human life for agriculture to evolve with our needs. Today modern agriculture is a science and a challenging, exciting business.

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