Conservation and Trapping Science

Events affecting Saskatchewan's wild fur economy
Aug 25, 2022 07:00 ET

At the end of June, as summer in Saskatchewan hit its stride, many of the province’s trappers felt a cold wind blowing out of the east — the last breath of the winter past.

The season had been a hopeful one. It produced snowfall and temperature conditions that resulted in better than average furs being harvested, according to Wrangler Hamm, president of the Saskatchewan Trappers Association.

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