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Land Management

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Saskatchewan is rich in farmland, forests and natural resources. These resources are used in a variety of ways that provide many opportunities for growth and job creation. In order to maintain healthy ecosystems, environmental protection must be balanced with economic growth.

Monitoring and implementation of effective land-use management practices is the best way to maintain that balance and assure a healthy environment far into the future. Governments have the task of making decisions on how best to manage and allocate land. Federal, provincial, First Nations and municipal governments all share this important responsibility.

Key Indicators

Waste Recycling

Saskatchewan has the highest return rate of all beverage container programs in Canada. Find out how many people returned their containers, and get information about the many other provincial recycling programs.

Private Land Stewardship

Private conservation organizations and individuals play an important role, not only in maintaining and conserving natural areas through their activities, but also in providing broader social and economic benefits to the people of Saskatchewan.

Agricultural Land Cover

Learn about Saskatchewan's innovative agricultural practices that are contributing to biodiversity, soil conservation and habitat availability.

View our Feature Stories for Land.

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