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Farmer Day Tuesday, July 9.
Breakfast Week runs July 8 - 12.
All proceeds go to the Saskatoon Food Bank.
Farm & Food Care is proud to support Great Western Brewing’s Annual Pancake Breakfast week for charity. Farmers will be serving up pancakes on Tuesday, July 9.
The Chef’s Series is a black box style culinary competition in which top chefs compete to cook dishes featuring Saskatchewan-grown food products. This event is part of the long-standing Taste of Saskatchewan Festival which takes place on the banks of the South Saskatchewan river in Saskatoon each year.Find out more »
The goal of Global Biotech Week is to raise awareness of the industry and its global potential among policymakers, policy influencers and the public more broadly. All countries are invited to join in on the celebration and use Global Biotech Week to showcase their country’s success and the industry’s global and economic significance.Find out more »
Agriculture Month is a time to celebrate agriculture and share our stories about food and farming. It is proclaimed annually in Saskatchewan, providing the perfect opportunity for those who grow food, and those who love to eat it, to connect.Find out more »
Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan will again work with the Saskatoon Farmers Market to offer an information table and promote Agriculture Month.Find out more »
Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan is bringing together industry experts to discuss what the future holds for protein rich foods and our diets.Find out more »
Farm & Food Care SK and the NSBA are teaming up again this year to bring together top leaders and decision makers in Saskatchewan agriculture and businesses. Get your tickets for An Evening with Rex Murphy, promised to be a thought provoking night of networking and relationship building.Find out more »
Canada's Ag Day takes place across Canada on February 11, 2020! It’s a day when everyone can come together to celebrate the business of Canadian agriculture. Get involved with an event in your community – or plan your own activity!Find out more »
March is Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month. Agriculture in the Classroom is looking for volunteers to go to a classroom, read a story to a class and talk to the students about your farm or ranch. This is a great opportunity to share your story!Find out more »