The Saskatchewan Farm Stewardship Association (SaskFSA) is a progressive group of agricultural landowners who value Saskatchewan’s land and water resources. We advocate for responsible management of resources and lead discussions around driving practical policy change.
SaskFSA is dedicated to ensuring that the farmers’ viewpoint is considered when it relates to the ability to manage agricultural land to ensure that one can optimize efficiency while doing so in an environmentally acceptable and sustainable manner.
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The Government of Saskatchewan has outlined 20 actions for the 2020s to build a strong economy, strong communities and strong families, to build a stronger Saskatchewan. Including increasing crop production to 45 million metric tonnes, livestock cash receipts to $3 billion, value added processing of the province’s agricultural products and growing agri-food exports to $20 billion.