An environmental issue bigger than Keystone? The PFRA pastures, more than one and a half million acres of public land, are some of the largest remnants of native prairie and sustainably grazed pasture in Canada. They’re valued for environmental, agricultural, recreational, and spiritual reasons. Now the provincial government has indicated it will sell them.
RPIRG helped put on a public forum that discussed the future of the 62 PFRA community pastures in Saskatchewan. This website follows up on the issue.