In the case of a postal strike:
If you have a contract for signature for the lease or purchase of Crown Land, please do not put it in the mail. Please courier it to Lands Branch, B5 - 3085 Albert Street, Regina SK.
For inquiries about purchasing or leasing Crown Land, or to submit payment for the lease or purchase of Crown Land, please call the Agriculture Knowledge Centre toll-free at 1-866-457-2377 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment for leases can be made via most financial institutions or through online banking. Select “Ministry of Agriculture” as the payee.
The Agricultural Crown Land Sale Program is an incentive program to encourage the sale of occupied agricultural Crown land.
Crown resource lands may be used for a variety of purposes under a lease, permit, easement or licence that allow the legal occupation or use of the land. Learn about the eligibility requirements and how to lease Crown resource lands.
Sale of land is on a "first-come first-served basis" at the full value of the land as advertised in the catalogue.
Crown resource lands may be used for a variety of purposes under a lease, permit, easement or licence that allow the legal occupation or use of the land. Learn about the eligibility requirements and how to purchase Crown resource lands.
Learn about land designation changes in WHPA.
This land management strategy balances economic growth with responsible land management and the preservation of the environment.
Find the results of a 2012 land lease survey which assisted in making estimations of rental rates for agricultural land and pastureland in Saskatchewan.
Use this map to access geographical features and satellite imagery of agricultural Crown land. Details on individual parcels of land can also be viewed.
Learn how and under what conditions you can apply to lease crown land.
Learn how to obtain an oil and gas surface lease.
Learn about the different ways you can purchase crown land, either by tender sale, sale to lessees, or catalogue sale.
The Saskatchewan Pastures Program provides supplementary grazing and livestock management services to Saskatchewan livestock producers while ensuring environmental and agricultural sustainability of the land.
Are you looking for Crown land in your rural municipality? Search for Crown land by R.M. or legal land description.
Learn about the transfer of Federal pasture lands back to our province.