Western Grains Research Foundation (WGRF) would like to thank Minister Ritz and the Government of Canada for their continued partnership and investment in wheat variety development The $125 million announced today by Minister Ritz when combined with the industry contributions from WGRF ($96…

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Western Grains Research Foundation (WGRF) is pleased to announce that the University of Saskatchewan has selected Colleen Redlick and Andrea De Roo as this year’s recipients of the WGRF Graduate Scholarships The WGRF Graduate Scholarships are open to students completing a masters or PhD in some…

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As a federally incorporated Not for Profit corporation, Western Grains Research Foundation (WGRF) is required to submit articles of continuance and bylaws to comply with new federal regulations In order to accomplish this WGRF will be convening a Special Meeting of Members o to pass a resolution…

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The Western Grains Research Foundation (WGRF) congratulates the Province of Saskatchewan on the establishment of the Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission and the Saskatchewan Barley Development Commission WGRF is supportive of the establishment of provincial wheat and barley commissions in…

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The Insect Pest Monitoring Network is a prairie-wide, coordinated insect monitoring program designed to keep the Canadian agriculture industry informed of the risks to crop production from pest species and to highlight and conserve their natural enemies The Insect Pest Monitoring Network provides…

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