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Pair using regenerative organic practices crowned as outstanding young farmers in Sask.
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24 July 2022
On 24 July 2022 CBC News reported:
A family of Saskatchewan producers have been crowned the province's most outstanding young farmers this year for their innovative practices. Married couple Allison Squires and Cody Straza own Upland Organics in Wood Mountain, a village about 170 kilometres southwest of Regina. A news release from the program said through 'innovation and outreach, Upland Organics Ltd. have become leaders in organic agriculture.' Most importantly, their farm operations helped them survive a pair of back-to-back droughts that have devastated or hindered southern prairie farmers this year and last.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of environment, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Squires said the farm operates as a regenerative organic farm, and that's improved their soil and helped them weather the drought.
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