Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces. 

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Province Proclaims Agriculture Month in Saskatchewan

Released on October 1, 2021

The Government of Saskatchewan has once again proclaimed October as Agriculture Month in Saskatchewan. During Agriculture Month, we recognize the contributions of the agriculture industry in our province. It is also an opportunity to increase consumer understanding of and trust in modern food production. Everyone is encouraged to celebrate their connection to food and food production through the theme, "#CelebrateAg."

"The driving force of the Saskatchewan agriculture industry is the resilient, hardworking and dedicated individuals along the value chain who produce high-quality, safe food that feeds the world," Agriculture Minister David Marit said. "Despite the challenges we have experienced this year, we have an incredibly strong, innovative and adaptable agricultural sector and that is worth celebrating."

Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan, in collaboration with industry partners, will share food stories and encourage the public to learn about modern agriculture throughout the month of October.

"As a province we've become more urbanized," Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan Executive Director Clinton Monchuk said. "Opportunities to connect consumers and farmers are increasingly important in today's world. Agriculture Month offers an opportunity to engage and build trust with Saskatchewan residents by using the hashtag #CelebrateAg."

For a full list of Agriculture Month events, or to learn how you can take part, visit farmfoodcaresk.org. Follow Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan on Twitter @FarmFoodCareSK, or on Facebook at Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan and share your stories on social media using #CelebrateAg.

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For more information, contact:

Mackenzie Love
Agriculture
Regina
Phone: 306-787-6969
Email: mackenzie.love2@gov.sk.ca

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