New this year we are hosting a Fall Family Fun Day. This event is in partnership with our local Dolly Parton Imagination Library (DPILPA) and the Prince Albert Literacy Network. Click the link Fall Family Day for the full sized poster. Admission to the corn maze will be by donation with funds going towards our local Dolly Parton Imagination Library. On the way to the corn maze, families can read an ag themed Storywalk® titled “Green Tractor” by Kersten Hamilton. As you walk from page to page, activities will be set up for you to enjoy. Feel free to pack a lunch and eat in our outdoor classroom and check out our nature finds including a large selection of bones, some furs, nests and owl pellets. Hot chocolate and snacks will be available for purchase.  We will also be accepting bottle donations to help support DPILPA.

Field Day 2022

The Conservation Learning Centre’s 2022 Field Day will take place on Thursday July 28th at 9 am. Click the link Field Day Poster for the full sized poster.

There will be a morning tour of research plots, followed by a Free BBQ lunch and an afternoon show-and-tell of small plot research equipment. To register, please call 306-960-1834, or email The event is free!

Spring food farm 2022

The Conservation Learning Centre’s spring 2022 Food Farm event took place on May 25th and 26th 2022. Stay tuned for more information about the 2022 fall Food Farm. Grade 3 & 4 teachers can register their class at:

For more information, please contact the CLC’s manager at 306-960-1834.

AgriARM research update 2021

The 2021 AgriARM Research Update took place on Thursday, January 13th from 9:55 am – 1:35 pm CST.

The event was free and the webinar was recorded. You can access the webinar here:

You can download a copy of the agenda for the virtual event here: AgriARM Research Update – 2022 Agenda

The AgriARM Research Update is brought to you by the eight AgriARM research sites located throughout Saskatchewan. This update has something for everyone! Our 25-minute presentations will provide an insight on new research for organic cover crops, establishment of perennial ryegrass with a nurse crop, and an overview of Saskatchewan annual forage varieties! We will discuss new oat management practices, and provide an evaluation for certified versus farm saved wheat seed. As well, we will take a look into a spray decision support tool for canola and what plant diseases are to come in a wet versus dry year.

Field Day 2021

Morning Session: 9 am to 12 pm

Afternoon Session: 1 pm to 3 pm

Crop Talk 2021 – Thursday, March 18

9 am to 11:30 am

Register at: Go To Webinar CLC Crop Talk 2021

Field Day 2020