The Saskatchewan government has unveiled a plaque recognizing the historic Reesor Ranch in southwest Saskatchewan.
The Reesor ranch is the province’s 52nd heritage property.
The ranch represents a time in Saskatchewan’s history when ranching shifted from mainly corporate enterprises to family-run operations.
The buildings are considered fine examples of the craftsmanship used in ranch architecture in Cypress Hills between 1906 and 1916.
Tourists to the area are able to visit these buildings which continue to serve in the family’s ranching operations.
The property is also operated as a bed and breakfast.
The first annual ranch heritage barn dance is scheduled from 7 to 10 tonight.