Local Agriculture

With the really dry conditions last year and earlier this year, the concentration of minerals in water used for spraying herbicides may have increased. 

The Town of Hanna is well on its way to showing the world just the kind of stuff its people are made of since the province announced that the Sheerness Coal mine would be getting shuttered by 2030 as part of its coal phase-out.

Agriculture for Life (Ag for Life) is proud to announce the launch of its all-new Rural Safety Unit. The Unit will travel to schools, communities, fairs, festivals and other events to educate, encourage and promote rural and farm safety.

Aurora Cannabis is bullish on the future of medicinal marijuana and, likewise, will aggressively seek to be a major player in the legal recreational pot market later this year, the head of the company told the Medicine Hat News on Tuesday.

With over 400,000 Albertans relying on groundwater wells for their everyday water supplies, the matter of prevalent testing, treatment and maintenance without government legislation was one question a PhD student from the University of Calgary has spent the last year asking landowners across the province.

The Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation (SCIC) is reminding Saskatchewan producers that the Canadian Agricultural Partnership replaced Growing Forward 2 on April 1. 

In Saskatchewan, we are fortunate to have several sources of research and demonstration information close to us.

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