Community Recreation Roundtable
Join us for an evening of networking and sharing! You'll be able to take advantage of the knowledge and experiences of fellow recreation volunteers from neighboring communities and have access to new ideas on events and programs that you can bring back to your community.
Also you will be able to take full advantage of South East Districts resources and staff...
Why would a community volunteer want to attend?
1) Make regional connections with other community volunteers!
2) Learn new ideas from other communities on topics as fundraising, infrastructure, programming, board operation, facilities, promotions and more
3) Opportunity for knowledge exchange and access to learning opportunities on various topics such as how to run effective meetings, grant writing and recruiting volunteers
If you volunteer on a pool board, rink board, library, recreation board, hall committee or arts/sport organization this is for you!
Thursday April 11 6:30- 8:30 pm at the Arcola Curling Rink
RSVP to Joni Hagen at [email protected]
by April 5.
What You Need To Know About Hiring International Workers on Your Farm
Workshop: February 20, 2019; 9:00 AM to 12:00 noon CST
Fairfield Inn, Sherwood House Room, 3915 Albert St, Regina, SK
You are invited to participate in this important International Quality AgriWorkforce Management Program (QAMP) Workshop: What You Need To Know About Hiring International Workers on Your Farm for Saskatchewan producers. Offered by the Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council (CAHRC), funded in part through Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC). Through this QAMP Workshop farm employers will learn what they need to know to improve their ability to successfully access and manage international workers by accessing clear information, instructions, tips; building their employer knowledge of requirements and best practices. Based on the most current information available from the TFWP Directorate and real-world best practices used on farms across Canada, this practical HR Management workshop ensures that even the busiest farms can navigate the TFWP to find the workers you need to fill job vacancies on your farm
For Farm Owner-Operators, Farm Managers, and Assoc. Staff
Participate in the CAHRC Workshop offered in Regina, Saskatchewan in collaboration with the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS). Learn what you need to know to help you fill job vacancies when Canadians do not apply for the job.
Saskatchewan QAMP Workshop
Workshop: What You Need To Know About Hiring International Farm workers on Your Farm
Date: Wed., Feb. 20, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM CST
Location: Fairfield Inn, Sherwood House Room, 3915 Albert St, Regina, SK
Event Brite RSVP: Deadline: Fri., Feb. 15, 2019
The Saskatchewan Safety Council has recently developed an interactive online safety training program for farmers and ranchers and its free.
Click on the following link for the program
This is what you need to know during a power outage!
The frost is causing lines to fall and sag; please be safe and stay at least 10 meters away. DO NOT try to remove from the lines yourself. Lines that look damaged can still be live.
If your using a generator, you need to use an installed transfer switch. Without a transfer switch, your generator will feed power back into the lines, creating a serious hazard for our personnel working to restore power.
Never operate a generator in a house, garage or enclosed building. Doing so will put you and your family at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
For information relating to outages stay updated by following:
SaskPower Twitter feed: https://saskpower.com/#.XAa9AhLNAdE.twitter
The Agricultural Health and Safety Network is currently looking for individuals who are interested in providing farm safety activities(Discovery Days) to children at schools across Saskatchewan. They are looking for qualified individuals with an agricultural background. Interested and want more information
2019 Shelterbelt Tree Program Application forms are now available to ratepayers through their website. There website also provides lots of information on shelterbelt planning.