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Scientists and activists are concerned about water quality and climate change and they're calling on the Saskatchewan government for a wetlands policy. Alberta and Manitoba both have one, but many farmers here are worried about what it means for agricultural land. Is it time for Saskatchewan to get a wetlands policy?
We spoke with Michael Champion from Ducks Unlimited, Myles Thorpe with the Saskatchewan Farm Stewardship Association. Jeff Olsen a rancher and conservationist and Margot Hurlbert with the Canada Research Chair in Climate Change, Energy, and Sustainability Policy (Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy).