Testimonials

Aaron Gray (Irrigation Projects Association)

Today is a good day for everybody, for Saskatchewan, for the economy back up and running, producing, being one of the world’s biggest producers of table food hopefully. (CTV News, July 2)

This is transformational for Saskatchewan and for every resident in Saskatchewan both for water security, food security and industry security. (CJSL Estevan Radio, ON THE FARM with Glenda Lee Allan, July 3)

Arnold Balicki (Chair, Saskatchewan Cattlemen’s Association)

This is certainly good news for the cattle industry and for the crop people as well. SCA is very happy – we have been advocating for this for a number of years so we are really happy to see the government moving forward on it. (CKRM News, July 3)

We see this expansion of irrigation as a benefit to the opportunity and competitiveness of cattle production in Saskatchewan. (CKRM News, July 3)

Ray Orb (SARM President)

We know it will boost the rural community, the farming community whether it is value added, it helps the municipality’s bottomline. (CKRM News, July 3)

Larry Lee (Chair of the Macrorie Irrigation District and Long-time Irrigator)

I’m so happy today that it’s finally happening. (Western Producer, July 9)

John Pomeroy (University of Saskatchewan)

Certainly the scope of it is truly remarkable and an incredible event in many ways for water management in Saskatchewan. (CBC News, July 3)

Gary Hnatowich (Research Director for the Irrigation Crop Diversification Corporation at CSIDC in Outlook)

ICDC, like all parties involved in irrigation, is extremely happy with the announcement. (The Outlook, July 8)

With approximately a doubling of the irrigable acres in Saskatchewan, ICDC envisions that our research program may expand, and with certainty, we will undertake a large educational commitment in order to transition outstanding dryland producers to exceptional irrigation producers. (The Outlook, July 8)

The Town of Outlook

This is all part of the process necessary to ensure that Outlook is a viable option for the potential opportunities that this huge project will provide, to cement Outlook as the Irrigation Capital of Saskatchewan. (The Outlook, July 8)

Larry Lee (Chair of the Macrorie Irrigation District and Long-time Irrigator)

I’m so happy today that it’s finally happening. (Western Producer, July 9)

John Pomeroy (University of Saskatchewan)

Certainly the scope of it is truly remarkable and an incredible event in many ways for water management in Saskatchewan. (CBC News, July 3)

Gary Hnatowich (Research Director for the Irrigation Crop Diversification Corporation at CSIDC in Outlook)

ICDC, like all parties involved in irrigation, is extremely happy with the announcement. (The Outlook, July 8)

With approximately a doubling of the irrigable acres in Saskatchewan, ICDC envisions that our research program may expand, and with certainty, we will undertake a large educational commitment in order to transition outstanding dryland producers to exceptional irrigation producers. (The Outlook, July 8)

The Town of Outlook

This is all part of the process necessary to ensure that Outlook is a viable option for the potential opportunities that this huge project will provide, to cement Outlook as the Irrigation Capital of Saskatchewan. (The Outlook, July 8)

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