SaskFSA is a membership based organization. As part of the benefits of your membership you are first to know about the various events we host throughout the year. In addition, SaskFSA members get a discount on events that require a ticket purchase. We are focused on leading the discussion on divisive issues that are important to our members. Here are just some of the upcoming types of events we are hosting and have hosted in the past:
Drainage Shop Meeting APR 3 👉 Iron, Economics & How to Get Approvals
JOIN US for a shop meeting on the economics and logistics update of getting your drainage approved. Click here to RSVP by MAR 31.
JOIN US in person! DEC 15, at the Gallagher Center, Yorkton SK for an update on the Agriculture Water Management Strategy, policy updates, drainage research and technology! Refer to the AGM page for the agenda. Pre-registration required.
Hosted by SaskFSA & Hebert Grain Ventures. A presentation on the economics and agronomics of managing temporary water within working field landscapes.
Hebert’s have been working with PAMI and WSA on the agronomics and economics of drainage within 4 demonstration sites. The agronomic analysis of yield data from drained wetlands and a 50-meter buffer area around both drained and undrained wetlands and the economic analysis of drainage benefits including overlap costs, “nuisance effects”, delayed seeding, acre increases, and yield increase in buffer areas.
This year due to Covid provincial guidelines the AGM was hosted virtually on Thursday, December 10, 2020.
The 2020 AGM included a SaskFSA review of 2020, plans for 2021 and a presentation of the 2020 AG Mitigation Policy Focus Group results. The Water Security Agency (WSA) also provided an update on drainage pilot projects throughout the province, a WSA restructuring update and plans for 2021. You can view the recorded event here.
Saskatchewan Farm Stewardship Association (SaskFSA), Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) and Access Communications partnered on a special election forum focused on Saskatchewan agriculture. Candidates representing the Sask Party, NDP and Liberals responded to priority issues, with Shaun Haney of RealAgriculture moderating a producer panel to discuss and debate the responses. Growing Agriculture aired on AccessNow TV community channels from October 19th to 25th and is available online at RealAgriculture.
Growing Agriculture: 2020 Saskatchewan Provincial Election Forum – a 90-minute conversation focusing on a variety of topics of concern to rural producers, including:
This was an opportunity to meet the Leadership Candidates and to learn more about how they plan to support agriculture as potential Premier of Saskatchewan
This was targeted towards all agriculture producers. Admission was free and you can read more about this on our blog.
We do organize workshops on vital issues that are important to our members. We also act in an advisory capacity to share practical solutions that are applicable to modern day farming. We also collaborate with a wide range of experts on land and water management.