Agriculture minister Lyle Stewart has launched a four week survey on the delivery of agriculture extension services in Saskatchewan.
Stewart says farming is the foundation of the province and the government wants to ensure the right services are being provided in the right locations with the best options available.
The province operates ten regional extension offices plus the Agriculture Knowledge Centre in Moose Jaw.
Stewart is inviting farmers, ranchers and agribusiness to provide input by taking part in an on-line survey , open until March 31st.
He says information collected will help determine the future of extension services in the coming year.