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        Tuesday, April 28, 2015

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The federal and provincial governments have committed $200,000 to the continuation of the Grain Bag Recycling Pilot Project in 2015.  The program collects both grain bags and twine province-wide.

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Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart today announced the government of Saskatchewan will hold further consultations and undertake a review of farmland ownership rules under The Saskatchewan Farm Security Act.  

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Today, the federal and provincial governments announced a new web portal for Saskatchewan's Environmental Farm Plan (EFP) program. As well, the Beneficial Management Practices (BMPs) available through the Farm Stewardship Program have been enhanced.

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Saskatchewan Agriculture's primary communications vehicle, for producers, providing production information, highlighting agricultural issues and activities occurring in the province's agriculture sector.

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Today Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart announced the establishment of a new humane society to provide enforcement of The Animal Protection Act in Saskatchewan.

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The Saskatchewan 4-H Council will benefit from a new three-year agreement totalling $1.05 million under Growing Forward 2. This support means the council will recieve $350,000 per year, an increase of $50,000 annually over the previous agreement, to support leadership development initatives.

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The Government of Saskatchewan recognizes the role a thriving and sustainable agricultural industry plays in the province's economy with this year's investment into agriculture programs and services.  The Ministry of Agriculture 2015-16 budget is $362.4 million.

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