Students from the University of Guelph agriculture program stopped in Craven Friday night as part of their Sask Ag Tour.
The tour takes all 38 participants across the Northern United States and into the Canadian prairies to tour Agriculture facilities to learn more about their field.
Lola Jung, who is from Ontario, is taking part in the tour. She says she hopes to take a lot of what she’s learned from this trip and use it in real life.
“Taking the experience that I gain from this trip and applying it to my studies back home and really contrasting the difference between agriculture her in Saskatchewan versus in Ontario.”
Organizer Karly Rumpel says the last couple days have several stops left.
“We’re stopping by a brewery in Manitoba, and an alpaca farm and a fishery,” Rumpel says. “It’ll be pretty good, it’s an exciting end to our trip.”
Students are set to be back in Guelph by Tuesday.
The Craven Elks catered the banquet supper, as well as donated the Craven hall for the banquet.