Originally published in PulsePoint June 2016

Two years ago, Trent Richards felt that southern Saskatchewan pulse farmers were dealing with emerging issues related to pulse and soybean production, and that Saskatchewan Pulse Growers (SPG) could benefit from input from growers in his area. And he decided to do something about it.

“There are a lot of people who talk but are  not willing to do anything about it,” says Richards, who farms in the Assiniboia area. “My theory is to get active.” Richards put his name forward as a candidate for SPG’s 2015 elections and officially became a Board member in January 2016.

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