Source: Karen Briere,, November 2, 2018 

Saskatchewan has eased the application process for some of its strategic initiatives under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership after a deluge of applications in the final months of Growing Forward 2.

Richelle Bourgoin, executive director of the agriculture ministry’s programs branch, said there were, for example, about 7,750 applications under GF2 for the Farm and Ranch Water Infrastructure Program.

“About 5,000 of those came in the last six months of the program,” she told the Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association District 5 meeting in Stenen.

Now, the province has posted a self-assessment checklist online that livestock producers should use to determine eligibility for water infrastructure rebates.

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