Posts in Water
Clean and Reliable Water Source in Saskatchewan

Reliable water is an important resource that Saskatchewan requires to continue to develop and grow.  Water allows for new industry, greater herd numbers, farm expansions and is needed to build the “Heart of Saskatchewan”, our small towns that many call home….

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Water...What Oceans Are Made Of

Some properties in Saskatchewan might have a beautiful view but have a 98.5% percent failure rate of ever finding water.  Other locations seem mundane, yet they are sitting above huge reservoirs of fresh water.  For me, the mundane property holds far more …

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What is Agrihood?

Here in Saskatchewan, Agrihood is developing and trending upwards fast as it a way to live a life potentially free of pesticides and remain in control of your own vegetables and fruit for you and your family.

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What Is In My Water?

Water containing carcinogens like arsenic is odorless and tasteless.  Water testing is important for health. Water traveling through municipal and city utilities can take 3-5 day in old pipes before it reaches your house. Very often water wells offer a supply of reliable water in its most natural raw state.   Water wells should be initially tested to determine if the water

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Missing Home - Returning To Your Roots

There is no doubt that we are seeing people returning to former family land and rebuilding for their future.  In many ways the discomforts of yesteryear are gone and people of today want modern luxuries like reliable power, water, heat and sewer. 

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What Is Wrong With My Water Well?

If you are finding some odd looking crap in your well or a repulsive smell, there is likely something wrong with your water well.  Below are some guidelines for a starting point, however this is not intended to diagnose a well problem, please ensure to test your water property for a accurate diagnosis of a well problem…

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Ground Water 

Prevention of ground water problems can prevent potential well problems in the future. Selecting your water well site is the start of prevention.  

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What To Ask Your Water Well Drilling Contractor Before You Hire Them

When trying to find a contractor suited and equipped to drill your water well it can be a daunting task that can leave you asking more questions.   Drilling a well is an investment and should not be taken lightly. 

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Water Testing Q & A

Private water supplies (water wells and dugouts) are not subject to regulations that all public and semi-public drinking water supplies are required to test for...

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