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The Hyde Project

The Hyde Project is a parcel of some of the last remaining native habitat in the city of Saskatoon, which was donated to the city by Elmer and Agnes Hyde. Their wish was that the area be developed into an interpretive park, with an extensive network of walking trails...

Trout Pond

The Saskatoon Wildlife Federation trout pond is stocked annually, and is open to the public. A valid fishing license is required, and we promote catch & release with a daily limit of one. Please use caution when ice fishing in our aerated pond, and obey all posted...

Habitat Trust

Established in 1978, the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation Habitat Trust Fund has since protected over 75,000 acres of land. This land is acquired through purchasing identified parcels from land owners directly, or through generous donations. These parcels of land are...

Hunt 4 Hunger

In partnership with the Saskatoon Food Bank, and the Ministry of the Environment, Hunt 4 Hunger was put together with a goal of providing quality protein to members of the community. Over 14,000 pounds of wild game has been donated since the program began in 2010....