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Exchange July 2017

Minister’s Message

Lyle Stewart
Minister of Agriculture
Thank you to everyone who shared their thoughts with us on the future of the Saskatchewan Pastures Program (SPP) land. Based on the feedback we received from stakeholders and the public, current SPP patrons will have the option to form groups and lease the pastures as the program is wound down over the next three years. This approach will ensure continued grazing opportunities and environmental stewardship of the land. More information can be found in the June 2017 news release



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