Dean's Report

Outgoing Dean Mary Buhr reflects on the College of Agriculture and Bioresources' growth over the last ten years.



Making it work

Matthew Carr finds the passion and drive to grow his farm year by year.



Perseverance Farm: The legacy of a grateful alumnus

John Hickie donates land to his alma mater in recognition of his belief that the acquisition of knowledge results in the ability to do good in the world.





Unearthing agricultural land use on First Nations

Studying land use and soil quality change to develop ‘roadmap’ for First Nations agricultural lands.




From the ground up

USask's Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence (LFCE) builds on successful first year.




Talking to trees

Researchers date caribou fence by reading the history told in its wood.




Unique chemistry

Exploring carbohydrates in peas and lentils.



USask team cracks cadmium code in durum wheat

‘Complementary expertise’ key to reducing toxic heavy metal.




Striking a balance between the costs and benefits of wetlands

Looking at how to compensate farmers for wetlands.





In the right light

Graduate student aims to improve housing conditions for laying hens.





From idea to reality

Mark Pickard grows idea into thriving business.