The Saskatchewan Pulse Growers making the decision to move the first two Winter Pulse Meetings to a virtual event only.

Organizers say that's based on new recommendations from the Saskatchewan Health Authority and following the guidance of Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Officer suggesting residents refrain from gathering outside of the home.

As a result the Assiniboia and Melfort Winter Pulse Meetings are going virtual only, the agendas for both dates January 25, and February 2 have been streamlined to provide a shorter and more concise virtual experience.

Some presentations will now only be offered once, so producers are encouraged to check out the revised agendas, and if possible are encouraged to register for both events.

Attendees who had previously registered for a specific date are now automatically registered for the virtual event on that day, but will need to register for the other event if they wish to attend.

More information and details on how to register for SPG's Winter Pulse Meetings can be found here.

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