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Building Public Trust in Agriculture

Agriculture Awareness Strategy

The Ministry’s Agriculture Awareness Strategy exists to ensure the public understands what we do in agriculture, and why, and supports us in the sustainable production of safe, healthy, affordable food. 

Understanding Consumer Perceptions

Each year we survey Saskatchewan people on important food system issues. Download the report to see what we found out.

A Framework for Earning Social Licence

Earning and maintaining the public’s trust in agriculture is everyone’s responsibility. The Social Licence Framework identifies the consumer concerns that have the greatest capacity to impact agriculture’s growth, then outlines a plan to address them. 

Funding to Support Industry Efforts to Build Trust

Through Growing Forward 2, the Ministry of Agriculture offers funding programs that help industry to do the right thing, and build awareness about what they do in agriculture and why. 

Connecting with Consumers

Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan, representing producer groups from livestock to crops and horticulture, works to increase awareness and appreciation of agriculture in the province with the belief that getting to know farmers equals getting to know food.

Agriculture Education

Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan is the provincial leader in agricultural education. They provide innovative, curriculum-based programs and resources to help increase K-12 students' understanding of agriculture. 

Become an AGvocate

An agvocate is an individual or group that actively promotes agriculture by adding their voice to the food conversation in respectful and meaningful ways. Sign up with Agriculture More than Ever.

Our Food Has a Story

Food brings people together. It is the cornerstone of celebrations and tradition, and it matters to everyone. That’s why talking about food is the perfect way to start the dialogue about agriculture. The Our Food Has a Story web portal helps tell the story of how Saskatchewan’s farmers and ranchers produce safe, affordable food for families around the globe. 

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