SaskCanola provides funding to programs, projects, operations and innovations linked to our goals: research, policy, and promotion.
June 12, 2019 – successful applications for the Morris Sebulsky award include:
- 2 field demonstrations – ‘Updated N recommendations to enhance P and S availability and sustainability demonstration’ and ‘Improving and Enhancing Phosphorus Management and Sustainability in Canola demonstration’ – Wheatland Conservation, Swift Current
- Improving and Enhancing Phophorus Management and Sustainbility in Canola demonstration – Wheatland Conservation, Swift Current
- Portable Audio System, NIR Protein & Oil Content Analyzer, Weigh Wagon, Valmar Applicator – Indian Head Agricultural Research Foundation, Indian Head
- Utility Tractor (120-140 hp & bucket), ¾ ton truck, Small c-can, samply dryer, clipper seed cleaner, and screens – East Central Research Foundation, Yorkton
- Precision Vacuum Planter/Dawn Duoseed openers and toolbar/Gandy bulk metering system – South East Research Foundation, Redvers
- Wintersteiger Delta plot combine – Northeast Agricultural Research Foundation, Melfort
- Crop Sample Drying Shed – Conservation Learning Centre, Prince Albert
- Zurn 550 Tool Carrier, Plot Divider, and Plot Swather – Western Applied Research Corporation (WARC), Scott
- Small Plot Research Seeder – Irrigation Crop Diversification Corporation, Outlook
Partnerships & Programs
SaskCanola grows your levy investment by developing partnerships & programs with other agriculture organizations to enhance awareness, growth, and prosperity of the canola industry both locally and nationally. Some of our great partners are:
SaskCanola knows that the continuing success of the canola industry lies with today's students. Through scholarships, SaskCanola supports education for future researchers, farmers, agronomists, et al.
SaskCanola Graduate Scholarship Program
The canola industry was built on innovation and investment in knowledge. As the industry continues to grow, there are new challenges to face in the areas of canola production, development and utilization. To ensure we have qualified experts in these areas, SaskCanola awards funding to graduate students at the University of Saskatchewan. Click here for more information and to apply.
Dr. Keith Downey Undergraduate Scholarship
The Dr. Keith Downey Undergraduate Scholarship awarded by SaskCanola is available to family of Saskatchewan canola producers who are enrolled in undergraduate post-secondary agriculture education in the 2nd, 3rd, or 4th years of their program. This award is managed by the College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the University of Saskatchewan