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Saskatchewan Department of Agriculture as an Born May 4 , 1937 , at Hanley ,
Glen Hass has assistant agricultural representative in the west made an
important contribution in the areas of central branch . In August 1973 he was
posted ...

Author: Brian Mlazgar

Publisher: University of Regina Press

ISBN: 0889771693

Category: History

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In this province known as "the bread basket of the world," agriculture is the culture which for over a century has provided the context for life in Saskatchewan. In this volume are over 200 biographies of men and women who have made significant contributions to the field of agriculture in Saskatchewan. Farmers and ranchers; researchers, teachers, and inventors; leaders in 4-H and the cooperative movement; home economists and agriculture extension workers; journalists, politicians, and activists--whatever the individual endeavour, all worked with the goal of improving farming, and ultimately, improving the lives of those who farmed. The common denominator here is the concern for the good of the community, whether local, national, or international, a concern that has come to characterize the province itself.
2006 By Brian Mlazgar

K.-I. Fung ( Saskatoon , SK : University of Saskatchewan ) 120 SAF 2006 Crops -
StatFact ( Regina , SK : Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food ) 5-7 SAFRR 2003
Agricultural Statistics 2002 ( Regina , SK : Saskatchewan Agriculture , Food and ...

Author: Bernard D. Thraves

Publisher: University of Regina Press

ISBN: 0889771898

Category: History

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Saskatchewan: Geographic Perspectives is Saskatchewan's first comprehensive geography textbook. Its major sections cover these themes: Physical Geography, Historical and Cultural Geography, Population and Settlement, and Economic Geography. Eighteen chapters provide an excellent overview of the province from a variety of geographic perspectives, while twenty-nine focus studies explore specific topics in depth ... presents the work of forty-three scholars and is well-illustrated, with more than 150 figures, 70 tables, and over 60 full-colour plates. It also includes full reference lists and a comprehensive index. Although prepared specifically for use in post-secondary geography programs, this book is also appropriate for high school research projects and for anyone interested in the many facets of this vast and varied province."--Googlebooks.

Author: Saskatchewan. Dept. of Agriculture and Food

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ISBN: OCLC:1132302161

Category: Beef industry |z Saskatchewan

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Saskatchewan. Department of Agriculture. STUDIES IN PROGRESS STUDIES
AND SURVEYS COMPLETED IN 1969-1970 CONSULTATION ACTIVITIES farm
Dique COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES The basic objective of economic studies. 1
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Author: Saskatchewan. Department of Agriculture

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ISBN: SRLF:A0002841765

Category: Agriculture

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... whereas for the rest of canada, growth potentials hinged increasingly less on
agriculture and more on industrial production. Between 1921 and 1941, the work
force increased 1.4 times for canada and 1.3 times for saskatchewan. in 1941, ...

Author: Jene M. Porter

Publisher: Univ. of Manitoba Press

ISBN: 9780887553530

Category: History

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At the turn of the nineteenth century, Saskatchewan was one of the fastest growing provinces in the country. In the early 1900s, it revolutionized the Canadian political landscape and gave rise to socialist governments that continue to influence Canadian politics today. It was the birthplace of Canada’s publicly funded health care system, and home to a thriving arts and literary community that helped define western Canadian culture.In Perspectives of Saskatchewan, twenty-one noted scholars present an in-depth look at some of the major developments in the province’s history, including subjects such as art, literature, demographics, politics, northern development, and religion. It lays the foundations for a greater understanding of Saskatchewan’s unique history, identity, and place in Canada.
2008-11-01 By Jene M. Porter

Differing Development in Organic Agriculture in Canada and Sweden: The
Experiences of Farmers Themselves. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen ... Submission to
the Government of Saskatchewan: Regina, March 29, 2006. ——. 2007. “The
Farm ...

Author: David McGrane

Publisher: University of Regina Press

ISBN: 9780889772564

Category: Political Science

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In this new scholarly compilation by David P. McGrane, established and emerging trends in Saskatchewan public policy are the foundation for setting new directions for the province in the 21st century. In what direction should Saskatchewan be headed in the 21st century? To answer this question, academics from various disciplines at the University of Regina and University of Saskatchewan have come together to produce New Directions in Saskatchewan Public Policy, the first edited book exclusively devoted to public policy in the province, with chapters discussing taxation, immigration, agriculture, urban affairs, poverty reduction, the social economy, labour, aging, Aboriginal public administration, and climate change. The authors provide an analysis and description of the current policies of the Wall government, and also look back to explore what the Romanow and Calvert governments did in these areas. The overarching theme of the book is that, despite the province's robust economic growth, significant public policy challenges remina for the Saskatchewan provincial government. The lesson is that economic growth does not magically solve entrenched societal problems and that economic prosperity will dissipate if worrisome social trends are left unchecked. While many scholarly books shy away from prescription, the authors of this book include sections in their chapters that set out new directions for policy development. As such, the book not only contains solid analysis of the present policy situation, but also offers concrete ideas for future policy makers.
2011 By David McGrane

Possible expansion of the livestock industry was also considered . Livestock
production has never played a major part in Saskatchewan's agriculture . Income
from livestock accounts for only 30 percent of Saskatchewan's total farm income ...

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ISBN: IND:30000090061635

Category: Agriculture

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Author: Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food

Publisher: [Regina] : Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food

ISBN: OCLC:52574630

Category: Grain

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Author: Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food. Agriculture Development and Diversification Secretariat

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ISBN: OCLC:1024115676

Category: Organic farming

Page: 28

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It serves as a provincial liaison with Statistics Canada, and jointly publishes
major agricultural statistical information with the federal organization. The section
assembles and analyzes data on Saskatchewan agriculture and maintains a
library ...

Author: Saskatchewan. Department of Agriculture

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105021586008

Category: Agriculture

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Author: Saskatchewan. Dept. of Agriculture. Statistics Branch

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924070962281

Category: Agriculture

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... Rica economy and more National Agricultural Library It is an entry point to
USDA National Agricultural Library , with an ... trade statistics and more
information SAF : Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food A comprehensive site on
agriculture in ...

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Publisher: IICA Biblioteca Venezuela

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Murray E. Fultonis Professor of Agricultural Economics and Head, Department of
Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Richard S. Gray is
Professor of Agricultural Economics, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Grant
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Author: Peter W. B. Phillips

Publisher: CABI

ISBN: 9780851995137

Category: Technology & Engineering

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Biotechnology processes are fundamentally changing the nature of the products being produced in the industry. Canola has been developed in Canada through such processes. It is a type of rapeseed that has an enhanced level of mono-unsaturated fatty acids, thus producing a healthier oil for human consumption. It is now being introduced to many other countries. This book reviews for the first time the global canola sector in order to identify fundamental trends resulting from the adoption of biotechnology. It examines the canola sector over an extended period, looking at its local origins, regional growth and international expansion, analyses of public policy affecting commercialisation, estimates of the costs and benefits of changes. It is essential reading for government and industry researchers and students involved in the areas of agricultural economics, plant biotechnology and crop science.
2001-01-01 By Peter W. B. Phillips

Agriculture Canada Central Saskatchewan Vector Soils Data David Knapp ,
Harold Rostad Summary This data set consists of GIS layers that describe the
soils of the BOREAS SSA . These original data layers were submitted as vector
data in ...

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ISBN: NASA:31769000636251

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Author: Saskatchewan. Department of Agriculture. Economics Branch. Statistics Section

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:1132297924

Category: Canada

Page: 186

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Author: Saskatchewan. Agriculture Development Fund

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ISBN: OCLC:1064011911

Category: Meat

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Saskatchewan Agriculture Annual Report 1982 - 83 II . ... Pest Control A . Insect
Surveys – Saskatchewan Agriculture conducts a number of insect surveys on an
annual basis in an attempt to alert agricultural producers , insecticide suppliers ...

Author: Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Agriculture

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105021585984

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Author: Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food. Economics and Business Development Section

Publisher: [Regina] : Economics and Business Development Section, Saskatchewan Agriculture and Food

ISBN: 0886566606

Category: Farm tenancy

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Author: Saskatchewan. Agriculture Development Fund

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ISBN: OCLC:816817422

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