APAS is Saskatchewan's general farm organization - formed to provide farmers and ranchers with a democratically elected, grassroots, non-partisan, producer organization based on rural municipal boundaries. As the united voice of thousands of agricultural producers in Saskatchewan, they strive to represent the views of a wide variety of agricultural stakeholders in order to form comprehensive policies that can benefit all sectors of society. APAS envisions a future where agriculture is profitable, rural communities are viable and the role of agriculture in society there is recognized and appreciated. APAS services are structured to improve the economic well-being of Saskatchewan's agricultural producers and to support viable rural communities and infrastructure through lobbying for progressive agricultural policies. APAS members have input in the development of policy that will address many of the issues affecting agriculture. APAS is continually enhancing their Member Benefits Program to assist producers with their health, insurance, security, telecommunications and equipment needs.
For more detailed information contact the RM office or visit the APAS website at: www.apas.ca
For more information on the PDAP program or to pick up a Private Property Application Form, please call or stop by our office during regular office hours.
The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities is the independent association that represents rural municipal government in Saskatchewan and is the principal advocate in representing them before senior governments. The Association takes direction from its members and forms its policy accordingly. SARM proudly takes on its role as the voice of rural Saskatchewan. Incorporated in 1905, SARM celebrated its Centennial in 2005.
For more detailed information contact the RM office or visit the SARM website at: www.sarm.ca
For more detailed information on the Scrap Tire Program, visit their website at: www.scraptire.sk.ca
Box 1109, 602 Main St.
Moosomin, SK S0G 3N0
Phone Number: 306-435-3113
Fax Number: 306-435-4313
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.