Despite rain delays in some areas, producers now have over one per cent swathed or ready to straight-cut, and less than one per cent of the 2019 crop combined according to Saskatchewan Agriculture’s Crop Report released August 15. Continue reading “Rain delays harvest progress”
The third of six public offerings of Crown petroleum and natural gas rights in the province of Saskatchewan scheduled for 2019-20 was held Tuesday, August 13, generating $1.5 million, which brings the total revenue for the current fiscal year to just over $9.5 million. Continue reading “Petroleum rights sale raises $1.5M revenue for province”
Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial forest ministers gathered this week at Elk Ridge, in the heart of Saskatchewan’s boreal forest, for their annual meeting to discuss challenges and opportunities facing Canada’s forest sector.
The August 12-14 meeting was hosted by Saskatchewan Environment Minister Dustin Duncan, current Chair of Canadian Council of Forest Ministers (CCFM). Continue reading “Forest ministers meet in northern Saskatchewan”