Saskatchewan Bulletin

On November 22, SaskCanola hosted a performance strategies workshop for 13 Learn to Lead alumni. Later that evening, the alumni and the in-coming 2019 delegation became acquainted with each other during a networking reception. Then on November 23 and 24, SaskCanola hosted its third annual leadership workshop that saw 21 Saskatchewan farmers partake in a...
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Science

A Saskatchewan soil sustainability story

The Canadian Prairies in the 1980s was a dry and windy place to be. Farmers, government and researchers all recognized the critical importance of protecting the most valuable resource required for growing crops. In 1987, the Saskatchewan Soil Conservation Association (SSCA) was established to encourage soil conservation. The Save Our Soils program was initiated to...
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

In 2014, SaskCanola invested in a project to answer some of the basic questions around header selection and use of dividers for straight cutting canola,” explains Bernie McClean, SaskCanola board member and chair of the research committee. “The team at PAMI has completed the project and published a straight cutting guidebook that will provide information...
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

The Saskatchewan Canola Development Commission (SaskCanola) is now accepting nominations to fill four positions on the Board of Directors starting in January 2019. SaskCanola is looking for board members who have a desire to strengthen and grow the canola industry. The call for nominations opened Aug 1 and closes Friday, Sept 28 at 12:00 PM...
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Saskatchewan Bulletin

Following SaskCanola’s Annual General Meeting on January 8, the SaskCanola Board of Directors voted to maintain current leadership for the 2018 year with Doyle Wiebe as Board Chair and Lane Stockbrugger as Vice-Chair. For further information about SaskCanola board committees and external appointments, visit saskcanola.com/about/directors.php. SaskCanola has committed $1.5 million to support 10 new research...
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