Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan was pleased to welcome more than 400 registrants to their online Cultivating Trust conference on November 25.
“She is a leader in our farming community,” said Kim Hill of the Chicken Farmers of Saskatchewan, who were thrilled with Martinka’s selection this year. “Through sharing her farming experiences, it has brought a face to our producers and has provided a lot of support for other farmers to share their farming stories.”
Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan will host its annual conference online this year on November 25, 2020, between 1PM and 4:30PM.
Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan (FFCSK) is moving toward a virtual office structure and with those changes, we are excited to announce a new team and a new mailing address.
The province’s businesses and agriculture leaders gathered to listen to broadcaster, author and political commentator Rex Murphy.
Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan recognized the 2019 Food & Farming Champion Award recipient at the Public Trust Summit on November 13 in Saskatoon.
Each year the Province of Saskatchewan designates October as Agriculture Month to raise awareness and appreciation of the food produced by Saskatchewan farmers and ranchers.
Know someone who is a Food and Farming Champion? Nominate them for the Food & Farming Champion Award!
Chef Sydney Hamelin, Line Cook at Picaro Restaurant and Cohen’s Beer Republic, took home the title of Top Chef Saskatchewan.
The Taste of Saskatchewan food festival will start off tomorrow with an incredible cooking demonstration on the Safeway Sobeys Stage.
Agriculture in the City was a popular event at the Mall at Lawson Heights. Ag in the City is a free family event that highlights the role agriculture plays in everyone’s daily lives.
A new online resource will go live on March 20 that highlights Canadian food stories.
The 5th annual ‘Farms at the Table’ Conference took place with representatives from crops, livestock, horticulture, retail, education and government.
More than 250 of the province’s business and farm leaders gathered to hear former Premier Brad Wall discuss western Canadian economic interests.