SK PCAP Partnership

  • Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada - Science & Technology Branch

    300-2010 12th Ave. Regina, SK S4P 0M3 

    Fax: (306) 523-6767

    PO Box 1030 Swift Current, SK  S9H 3X2
    Fax: (306) 778-3188

    Representative(s):

    Bill Bristol

    Ph: (306) 523-6729; E-mail: bill.bristol@agr.gc.ca

    Dr. Michael Schellenberg
    Ph: (306) 778-7247; E-mail: mike.schellenberg@@agr.gc.ca

     

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  • Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS)

    Box 25106, River Heights RPO, Saskatoon, SK  S7K 8B7

    Representative(s):

    Gord Vaadeland
    Ph: (306) 469-7876; E-mail: gvaadeland@cpaws.org

    Mandate: CPAWS Saskatchewan is a non-profit conservation organization dedicated to the preservation of biological diversity and wilderness in Saskatchewan. Our mission is achieved through helping to establish protected areas and by promoting land and resource use that is sustainable for nature, communities and the economy.

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  • Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC)

    1030 Winnipeg Street, Regina, SK  S4R 8P8
    Ph: (306) 569-0424

    Representative(s):

    Chuck Deschamps
    Box 670, Wadena, SK, S0A 4J0
    Ph: (306) 338-3677 (Ex. 3); Fax: (306) 338-2199; E-mail: c_deschamps@ducks.ca

    Mission: Ducks Unlimited Canada conserves, restores, and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America’s waterfowl. These habitats also benefit other wildlife and people.

    Vision for Canada: Ducks Unlimited Canada is working to achieve a mosaic of natural, restored and managed landscapes capable of perpetually sustaining populations of waterfowl and other wildlife.

     

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  • Environment Canada - Canadian Wildlife Service (EC-CWS)

    Representative(s):

    Candace Neufeld

    115 Perimeter Road, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0X4 
    Ph: (306) 975-4101; Fax: (306) 975-4089; E-mail: candace.neufeld@ec.gc.ca

    Mandate: Environment Canada's mandate is to preserve and enhance the quality of the natural environment; conserve Canada's renewable resources; conserve and protect Canada's water resources; forecast weather and environmental change; enforce rules relating to boundary waters; and coordinate environmental policies and programs for the federal government.
     
    EC Canadian Wildlife Service is responsible for the protection and management of migratory birds and nationally important wildlife habitat, endangered species, research on nationally important wildlife issues, control of international trade in endangered species, and international treaties.

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  • Native Plant Society of Saskatchewan Inc. (NPSS)

    Box 21099, Saskatoon, SK, S7H 5N9
    Ph: (306) 668-3940; Fax: (306) 668-3940 (b/w 8:30am-3:30pm)

    Representative(s):

    Chet Neufeld
    E-mail: info@npss.sk.ca

    Mandate: To promote understanding, and conservation of native plants and their ecosystems by facilitating communication, research, and education.

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  • Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC)

    #700-1777 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P 4K5

    Representative(s):

    Joseph Kotlar
    Ph: (306) 347-0447 (Ex. 229) or 1-866-662-7275; Fax: (306) 347-2345;
    E-mail: joseph.kotlar@natureconservancy.ca

    Mandate: The Nature Conservancy of Canada is the only national charity dedicated to preserving ecologically significant natural areas, places of special beauty and educational interest, through outright purchase, land donation and conservation agreement.

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  • Nature Saskatchewan (NS)

    206-1860 Lorne Street, Regina, SK, S4P 2L7
    Ph: (306) 780-9273 or 1-800-667-4668; Fax: (306) 780-9263

    Representative(s):

    Melissa Ranalli
    Ph: (306) 780-9270; E-mail: mranalli@naturesask.ca

    Jordan Ignatiuk
    Ph: (306) 780-9293; E-mail: jignatiuk@naturesask.ca

    Mandate: To promote appreciation and understanding of our natural environment through education and, through conservation and research, to protect and conserve natural ecosystems and their biodiversity.

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  • Parks Canada-Grasslands National Park of Canada (PC-GNP)

    Box 150, Highway 4, Val Marie, SK, S0N 2T0
    Fax: (306) 298-4505

    Representative(s):

    Adrian Sturch
    Ph: (306) 298-2166 (Ext 231); E-mail: adrian.sturch@pc.gc.ca

    Mandate: To protect, for all time, a representative part of the Prairie Grasslands Natural Region; and to encourage public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment of the park's natural and cultural heritage values, in ways that leave them unimpaired for future generations.

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  • Prairie Learning Centre (PLC)

    Box 68, Val Marie, SK, S0N 2T0

    Representative(s):

    Tim Woolridge
    Ph: (306) 298-4495; Fax: (306) 298-2196; E-mail: prairie@chinooksd.ca

    Ervin Carlier
    Ph: (306) 298-2166 Ext 225; E-mail: ervin.carlier@pc.gc.ca

    Mandate: Fostering a rich connection to the natural and cultural wonders of the northern mixed grass prairie through unique learning opportunities for youth.

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  • Prairie Wind & Silver Sage - Friends of the Grasslands (PWSS)

    Box 83, Val Marie, SK  S0N 2T0
    (May to September)

    Representative(s):

    Laureen Marchand
    Ph: (306) 298 4910; E-mail: prairiewind.silversage@gmail.com

    Pamela Woodland
    Ph: (306) 298 4910; E-mail: prairiewind.silversage@gmail.com

    Tim Woolridge
    Ph: (306) 298 4495

    Mandate: To work in partnership with the local community and Grasslands National Park of Canada to promote the conservation of native prairie landscapes, while inviting the exploration and appreciation of prairie culture and natural history.

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  • Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve Assocation Inc. (RLBRAI)

    Box 221, Hafford, SK  S0J 1A0; Ph: (306) 549-4060;
    Fax: (306) 549-4061; E-mail: info@redberrylake.ca

    Representative(s):

    John Kindrachuk
    Box 977, Speers, SK  S0M 2V0
    Ph: (306) 549-2360 or (306) 246-4863 or (306) 549-7623; E-mail: aegp@redberrylake.ca

    Mandate: Redberry Lake Biosphere Reserve was designated by the United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as a biosphere reserve under its Man and the Biosphere (MAB) Program on January 21, 2000 in Paris. The designation formally recognizes the region’s commitment to the conservation of biological diversity, the pursuit of sustainable economic development and the creation of opportunities for education, research and experimental approaches to improved land management.

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  • Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM)

    2075 Hamilton Street, Regina, SK  S4P 2E1

    Representative(s):

    Laurel Feltin
    Ph: (306) 761-3733; Fax: (306) 565-2141; E-mail: lfeltin@sarm.ca

    Mandate: SARM delivers timely, dependable services to meet the needs of its members while influencing government policy and facilitating municipalities to work together to foster rural development and build strong, sustainable communities.

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  • Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre (SBOIC)

    250 Thatcher Drive East, Moose Jaw, SK, S6J 1L7
    Ph: (306) 692-8710; Fax: (306) 692-2762

    Lori Johnson
    E-mail: sboic@sasktel.net

    Mandate: To promote conservation of the burrowing owl and native prairie habitat through education, eco-tourism, conservation and stewardship.

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  • Saskatchewan Environmental Society (SES)

    Box 1372, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 3N9
    Ph: (306) 665-1915; Fax: (306) 665-2128

    Representative(s):

    Joe Schmutz
    Ph: (306) 382-8964; E-mail: joe.schmutz@usask.ca

    Mandate: To support and encourage the creation of a global community in which all needs are met in sustainable ways.

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  • Saskatchewan Forage Council (SFC)

    Box 87 Ceylon, SK, S0C 0T0
    Ph: (306) 969-2666; Fax: (306) 969-2226

    Representative(s):

    Leanne Thompson
    E-mail: office@saskforage.ca

    Mandate: To enhance the province's forage and grassland industry, including production, harvesting, marketing and sustainability.

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  • Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture (SMA)

    3085 Albert Street, Regina, SK, S4S 0B1

    Representative(s):

    Mary Brick
    Ph: (306) 787-2070; Fax: (306) 787-5180; E-mail: mary.brick@gov.sk.ca

    Don Fontaine
    3830 Thatcher Avenue, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2H6
    Ph: (306) 933-5682; Fax: (306) 933-5715; E-mail: don.fontaine@gov.sk.ca

    Mandate: To foster a commercially viable, self-sufficient and sustainable agriculture sector. Working with individuals, businesses, communities, and governments, the Ministry will assist farmers and ranchers, encourage higher value production and processing and promote sustainable economic development in rural Saskatchewan.

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  • Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment (SME)

    3211 Albert Street, Regina, SK, S4S 5W6
    Phone: (306) 787-2584 or (1-800-567-4224); Fax: (306) 787-9544

    Representative(s):

    Ed Beveridge (Fish & Wildlife Branch)
    Ph. (306) 787-1144; E-mail: ed.beveridge@gov.sk.ca

    Greg Reimer
    Ph: (306) 787-8598; E-mail: greg.reimer@gov.sk.ca


    Mandate:
    A high quality environment, and healthy ecosystems in perpetuity which sustain social, health and economic well-being for Saskatchewan citizens.

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  • Saskatchewan Ministry of Parks, Culture & Sport (PCS) - Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM)
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    2340 Albert Street, Regina, SK, S4P 2V7

    Representative(s):

    Dr. Glenn Sutter
    Ph: (306) 787-2859; Fax: (306) 787-2645; E-mail: gsutter@royalsaskmuseum.ca

    Mandate: As a provincial museum, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum works to further the understanding of Saskatchewan's natural history and aboriginal cultures.

  • Saskatchewan Ministry of the Economy (SMECON)

    2101 Scarth Street, Regina, SK, S4P 2H9
    Ph: (306) 787-2318; Fax: (306) 787-2478

    Murray Stadnyk

    Phone (306) 787-0189; Fax (306) 787-0620 email: murray.stadnyk@gov.sk.ca

     

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  • Saskatchewan Outdoor and Environmental Education Association (SOEEA)

    Representative(s):

    Dennie Fornwald
    E-mail: denniefornwald@gmail.com

    E-mail: soeea.sk@gmail.com

    Mandate: Saskatchewan Outdoor and Environmental Education Association encourages educators and people who participate in outdoor recreation to practice and teach environmental responsibility.

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  • Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC)

    15 Innovation Blvd., Saskatoon, SK, S7N 2X8

    Representative(s):

    Bob Godwin
    Ph: (306) 933-8190; Fax: (306) 933-7817; E-mail: godwin@SRC.sk.ca

    Mandate: To help the people of Saskatchewan strengthen the economy with quality jobs and a secure environment, through research, development, and the transfer of innovative scientific and technological solutions, applications and services.

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  • Saskatchewan Sheep Development Board (SSDB)

    2213C Hanselman Court, Saskatoon, SK, S7L 6A8

    Representative(s):

    Gord Schroeder
    Ph: (306) 933-5200/5582; Fax: (306) 933-7182; E-mail: gordsheepdb@sasktel.net

    Mandate: To provide for the effective development of the Saskatchewan sheep industry and the promotion, regulation and marketing of sheep and sheep products.

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  • Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association (SSGA) - PCAP CHAIR

    Box 4752, Regina, SK, S4P 3Y4
    Ph: (306) 757-8523; Fax: (306) 569-8799

    Representative(s):

    Natasha Wilkie, SK PCAP Manager
    Box 4752, Regina, SK, S4P 3Y4
    Ph: (306) 352-0472; Fax: (306) 569-8799; E-mail: pcap@sasktel.net

    Orin Balas, SK PCAP Chair

    Box 538, Ponteix, SK S0N 1Z0
    Ph: (306) 625-3250; E-mail: barav@sasktel.net

    Brooks Whitney, SSGA Representative

    Box 301, Maple Creek, SK, S0N 1N0
    Ph: (306) 662-4420; E- mail: whitneyb@sasktel.net


    Mandate:
    To serve, protect and advance the interests of the Beef Industry in Saskatchewan through communication, education, research, and advocacy to help ensure a prosperous, viable and healthy future for individuals and the livestock industry.

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  • Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation (SWF)

    9 Lancaster Road, Moose Jaw, SK, S6J 1M8
    Ph: (306) 692-8812; Fax: (306) 692-4370

    Representative(s):

    Michael Miller
    E-mail: shaunsky@sasktel.net

    Ph: (306) 695-2104; Cell: (306) 535-7447

    Mandate: To ensure the wildlife legacy we leave to our children surpasses that which we inherited.

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  • SaskPower (SP)

    2025 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK, S4P 0S1
    Ph: (306) 566-2121

    Representative(s):

    Shelley Heidinger
    Box 280, Estevan, SK, S4A 2A3
    Ph: (306) 634-9771; Fax: (306) 634-6682; E-mail: sheidinger@saskpower.com

    Hélène Careau
    6SE, 2025 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK  S4P 0S1
    Ph: (306) 566-2885; Fax: (306) 566-3428; E-mail: hcareau@saskpower.com

    Bruce Hesselink
    6SE, 2025 Victoria Avenue, Regina, SK  S4P 0S1
    Ph: (306) 566-5850; Fax: (306) 566-3428; E-mail: bhesselink@saskpower.com

    Mandate: By delivering every day on our mission - "Safe, reliable and sustainable power to our customers" - SaskPower will continue to provide an essential service to the province and its residents.

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  • Society for Range Management (SRM) - Prairie Parkland Chapter

    Representative(s):

    Nadia Mori
    Box 520, Watrous, SK  S0K 4T0

    Ph: (306) 946-3219; Fax: (306) 946-3221; E-mail: nadia.mori@gov.sk.ca

    Renny Grilz
    Ph: (306) 262-4970; E-mail: renny.grilz@gmail.com

    Mandate: To promote and enhance the stewardship of rangelands to meet human needs based on science and sound policy.

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  • Sturgeon River Plains Bison Stewards Inc.

    Box 930
    Big River, SK 
    S0J 0E0

    Representative(s):

    Gord Vaadeland
    Ph: (306) 469-2356; E-mail: gord@bisonstewards.ca

    Mandate: We are a group of concerned ranchers and farmers working hard with Prince Albert National Park and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment to create an environment where Canada’s only free ranging herd of Plains bison still within historic range can co-exist with local landowners in a mutually beneficial way.

     

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  • University of Regina (UofR)

    3737 Wascana Parkway, Regina, SK, S4S 0A2

    Representative(s):

    Norm Henderson
    PARC, 2 Research Drive, Regina, SK, S4S 7J7
    Ph: (306) 337-2292; Fax: (306) 337-2301; E-mail: norman.henderson@uregina.ca

    Mandate: The University of Regina is a scholarly community that serves the large community by advancing, sharing and applying knowledge, and by facilitating the development of thoughtful, creative, adaptable, contributing and humane citizens.

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  • University of Saskatchewan (UofS) - College of Agriculture & Bioresources

    51 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK  S7N 5A8

    Representative(s):

    Tom Yates
    Ph: (306) 966-4010; Fax: (306) 966-6881; E-mail: tom.yates@usask.ca

    Mandate: To achieve excellence in the scholarly activities of teaching, discovering, preserving, and applying knowledge.

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  • Wanuskewin Heritage Park 

    RR #4, Penner Road, Saskatoon, SK, Canada  S7K 3J7
    Fax: 306-931-4522

    Representative(s):

    Dana Soonias
    Ph: (306) 931 6767 (ex. 222); E-mail: dana.soonias@wanuskewin.com

    Terry Stark
    Ph: (306) 931 6767; E-mail: terry.stark@wanuskewin.com

    Mandate: To advance the understanding and appreciation of the evolving cultures of the Northern Plains indigenous peoples.

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  • Water Security Agency (WSA)

    400-111 Fairford Street East, Moose Jaw, SK, S6H 7X9
    Ph: (306) 694-3900; Fax: (306) 694-3465

    Representative(s):

    Etienne Soulodre
    420-2365 Albert Street, Regina, SK, S4P 4K1
    Ph: (306) 787-0661; Fax: (306) 787-0780; E-mail: etienne.soulodre@swa.ca

    Mission: The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority leads management of the province's water resources to ensure safe drinking water sources and reliable water supplies for economic, environmental and social benefits for Saskatchewan people.

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  • Western Development Museum
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    2935 Lorne Avenue
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
    Canada, S7J 5A6
    Phone: (306) 934-1400
    Toll Free: 1-800-363-6345
    Fax: (306) 934-4467
    Email: info@wdm.ca

    Representative:
    Joan Champ
    E-mail: jchamp@wdm.ca

    Mission: The Western Development Museum is the keeper of Saskatchewan’s collective heritage. The Museum shares the province’s unique sense of place with all people for their understanding and enjoyment – recognizing that the legacy of the past is the foundation for a sustainable future.

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