Local Agriculture

If there’s one message that a former agricultural fieldman, but now a consultant on invasive species prevention, could offer producers, it’s that controlling an invasive species when it is a single plant is much easier than waiting for it to become so problematic that it can be seen by the public.

The Water Security Agency released the March 2017 Spring Runoff Forecast.  

The farm economy slowed in 2016: what’s ahead?

The National Farmers Union is launching an online and mail out survey to ask farmers how they are being treated when they deliver grain to an inland elevator.

Farm Credit Canada is now accepting applications from registered charities and non-profit organizations in rural Canada for the FCC AgriSpirit Fund.

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) was calling on the federal government on March 10 to fully release heavily censored plans for implementing a carbon tax in Saskatchewan.

After a year of consultative meetings with Alberta farmers, livestock producers and agricultural related groups, the recommendations of the Employment Standards Technical Working Group were released earlier this week. 

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