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LAND OPPORTUNITY: 21 ACRES – GRONLID, SASKATCHEWAN

Posted by Azja Jones Martin on January 07, 2019

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ABOUT THE LAND This farm is 21 acres in the township of Gronlid, Saskatchewan. The farm is 20 minutes from all amenities (grocery store, building supplies, farm equipment and lots more) and is easily accessible off  SK 335, the main road passing through Gronlid. There are several out buildings including a 30×50 barn with a loft and stalls, two enclosed garages/workshops with power, two mid-land storage sheds, one primary two-story residence with basement, and one secondary guest house as well several additional small out buildings. There is a small water feature on the south side of property that may be useful for irrigation as well … Continue reading LAND OPPORTUNITY: 21 ACRES – GRONLID, SASKATCHEWAN

Nov. 4: Saskatchewan’s First Young Agrarians Mixer

Posted by Dana Penrice on October 05, 2016

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We are super excited to announce our first event Young Agrarians event in Saskatchewan! Young Agrarians is a network for new and young ecological. Join us for a social mixer at the Organic Connections conference. Meet other farmers and agrarians in Saskatchewan, learn what they are up to and make new contacts in ecological farming! When: November 4th, 2016 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm Where: BC Room at the Conexus Arts Centre Free event and open to the public. RSVP to alberta@youngagrarians.org .  

LAND: Al and Helene at Breadroot Farm

Posted by Moss Dance on July 01, 2016

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Editor’s note: This Land/Community Farm Opportunity with Al and Hélène of Breadroot Farm comes via Kayleigh Donahue at the XY Hemp Corporation. Breadroot Farm in Saskatchewan is seeking collaborative young farmers to join in their organic grain, veggie and grassfed beef operation. Read on to learn more about these very experienced & skilled farmers!  By Kayleigh Donahue In every blog post, I try to show our gratitude for the many people who have supported us in our venture. There is no one we are more grateful for than Al Boyko and Hélène Tremblay-Boyko. They have provided us with access to land, welcomed us into their home, … Continue reading LAND: Al and Helene at Breadroot Farm