Proudly Ag is the theme for the Saskatchewan Young Ag-Entrepreneurs Annual Conference and AGM.

The event runs Wednesday, January 9th and Thursday, January 10th at the Radisson Hotel in Saskatoon.

The group involves individuals under the age of 40 that are involved in the agriculture sector from students to producers, to those involved in agri-business or value-added processing.

There’s a great lineup of presentations with topics on Wednesday ranging from Murad Al-Katib’s presentation on Seizing Canada’s Opportunity in Feeding the World, Shawn Senko from the Canola Council of Canada will talk about Clubroot, Matt and Lesley Kelly will hold a Mental Health discussion on Breaking Barriers in Agriculture.   Brad Wall is the Keynote Banquet Speaker and will be talking about What Makes Saskatchewan a Prominent Province in Agriculture and where he sees opportunities.

Thursday’s presentations include a presentation from Dan Aberhart on The Three Levels of Entrepreneurial Enlightenment, Chris Lane will talk about Canadian Western Agribition - The Wild West and there’s a presentation from Sask Power and a personal story relating to Safety around power lines from Chris Weber - Triumph over Tragedy.

More information on the Saskatchewan Young Ag-Entrepreneurs Annual Conference and AGM are available here.

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