• LIving Near Fields Increases Pesticide Exposure
  • Learn To Manage Weeds Without Chemical Pesticides
  • Learn to Keep Insects Out of your Crops
  • Learn to Manage Pests Naturally
  • Learn About Pesticides in Foods
  • Driving Near Recently Sprayed Fields Exposes People to Pesticides
  • SNAP Tour of Organic Vegetable Garden
  • Link to SK Organic Resources
  • Learn About Colony Collapse Disorder and How to Protect Bees
  • Weeds Can Be Managed Without Chemical Pesticides

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AGM 2018-19

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SNAP 2018-19 AGM 

NOTICE and AGENDASNAP AGM    Friday, September 6th 2019, 5:45 PM    

   Location: Western Pizza & B-B-Q Chicken (1979) Ltd, 3847 A Albert St (on S. Albert), Regina, SK

The AGM will be held over supper. Each person is expected to pay for their own supper. You have to be a SNAP member to vote.

Please RSVP your attendance so there is adequate space reserved for everyone.

Here are the documents:

SNAP AGM notice and agenda: location. time agenda

SNAP 2018-19 President Report for AGM

SNAP Financial Statement 2018-19

SNAP AGM Minutes 2018

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In the fall of 2004, Paule Hjertaas initiated a campaign for reducing children's exposure to pesticides to ask Minister Forbes to introduce steps to protect children from pesticides in Saskatchewan Environment's Strategy for a Green and Prosperous Economy. Over one thousand people signed petitions or wrote letters of support, and many organizations of all kinds also supported the campaign with letters and resolutions. Just as groups formed a non-smoking coalition, a coalition is needed to advocate pesticide reduction. The Saskatchewan Network for Alternatives to Pesticides Inc., SNAP, has been incorporated in Saskatchewan as a non-profit corporation to meet this need and provide continuity to the campaign.

SNAP's mission is to work towards environmental sustainability in Saskatchewan by promoting better understanding of the impact of pesticides (insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, etc) on health and environment, greater awareness and availability of alternatives for controlling pests, diseases and weeds, and significant reductions in pesticide use.

Our Objectives

  • To reduce the use of pesticides in Saskatchewan.
  • To increase the availability of alternative pest control products and methods in Saskatchewan.
  • To connect and support those interested in alternatives to pesticides.

We pursue these goals through:


  • Build awareness among the general population of health and environmental impacts of pesticide use.
  • Encourage and foster local discussion about pesticide use and alternatives.
  • Select, develop or adapt and deliver informational and educational programs about alternatives to pesticides.
  • Practical demonstration projects.


  • Build a strong coalition of those interested in alternatives to pesticides.
  • Serve as an information clearing-house for activities related to alternatives to pesticides.
  • Build and maintain contacts with similar organizations throughout North America and abroad to share ideas, information and updates.


  • Identify needs and encourage research on natural solutions to pest and weed control and management.
  • Carry out other incidental activities related to these objectives.