About CAP

Under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP) agreement, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture and SARM are delivering the Pest Biosecurity Program to rural municipalities and First Nation communities in Saskatchewan. This program provides early detection and rapid response for plant pests and invasive species. Made up of 4 programs, the Pest Biosecurity Program provides RMs and First Nations with resources when dealing with issues regarding invasive plants, rats, nuisance beavers, clubroot and other pests as declared/designated under the Saskatchewan Pest Control Act and Weed Control Act.

 

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Plant Health Network

Funded through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, the Plant Health Network is one of 4 pest biosecurity programs available to RMs and First Nations. The purpose of the Plant Health Network is to provide direct support to manage the agricultural crop pests and prohibited and noxious weeds as required under The Pest Control Act and The Weed Control Act in Saskatchewan.

 

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Beaver Control Program

Funded through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, the Beaver Control Program is one of 4 pest biosecurity programs available to RMs and First Nations. The Beaver Control Program focuses on the humane removal of nuisance beaver by providing rebates for humane beaver management.

 

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Invasive Plant Control Program

Funded through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, the Invasive Plant Control Program is designed to achieve maximum results and accountability while focusing on early detection and rapid response as the first line of defense to identify, assess, and respond to invasive plant species.

 

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Rat Control Program

Funded through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, the Rat Control Program provides up to a 50:50 cost-share payment to rural municipalities and First Nation Bands that are active in their rat control efforts.

 

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