Saskatchewan farmers will hear more about the future of the Port of Churchill at a meeting in Yorkton later this month.
Denver-based Omni-Trax has accepted an offer for the rail line and port facilities from a group of northern Manitoba First Nations.
Sinclair Harrison is president of the Hudson Bay Route Association.
He says delegates at the annual meeting will hear the latest details on the port.
The port was put up for sale after grain shipments fell to only 186 thousand tons, about one third the usual amount.
Most of the grain originates from Saskatchewan.