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The 2019 State of Saskatchewan's Provincial Forests Report is a comprehensive assessment of our province's Crown forests.
The report is divided into four sections in which you will find out 'why it matters', 'what is happening' and 'what we are doing' in regards to Saskatchewan's environment.
Major air quality influences in Saskatchewan include industrial, commercial and mining emissions, vehicle emissions, forest fires and agricultural operations.
More than half of Saskatchewan is forest. Forests are an important part of the province's environment and economy, with timber and non-timber products, mineral and energy resources.
Saskatchewan has an abundance of land, space and natural resources. From ranching and farming on the prairies, to forestry and hard rock mining in the north, land use in the province is diverse.
In Saskatchewan, the Water Security Agency (WSA) is responsible for managing the province's water supply, protecting water quality, ensuring safe drinking water and regulating the treatment of wastewater.
Transparency, openness and responsible government are at the heart of the 2017 State of the Environment Report.
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