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Saskatchewan State of the Environment - 2023
Saskatchewan State of the Environment
The 2023 report demonstrates our environment is indeed healthy and resilient.
About the Report
Read past Saskatchewan State of the Environment reports from 2009 to 2021 that are located in the Publications Centre.
The type and age of forests are important factors to consider when managing Saskatchewan's natural resources. Forest management in Saskatchewan is designed to result in a forest age structure that emulates natural disturbance.
With a growing population, there is increasing pressure on Saskatchewan's water resources. Economic growth, climate change and extreme weather events add to the strain, making this measure even more important.