Agriculture minister David Marit says efforts to fight rural crime are among the highlights of the fall session of the Saskatchewan legislature.
Marit says changes were introduced to enable rural municipalities to join regional police services.
As well, he feels the new trespass legislation will reduce rural crime.
The legislation requires anyone wanting to access rural land to obtain prior permission.
Marit says it is the same rule as urban centres.
Marit also says efforts to battle the federal carbon tax is a highlight this fall.
Other highlights include new legislation on animal health and irrigation.
The legislative session wrapped up Thursday.