North Atlantic Potash is focused on developing potash production in Saskatchewan, Canada.
|The world's appetite for potash is predicted to grow between 3% to 4% per year, an estimated two million additional tons of potash each year.||Potash helps grow crops with higher yields and supply important grains needed for better nutrition in communities around the world.||Potassium found in potash helps plants adjust to dynamic weather conditions, to grow hardier, and to absorb more nutrients in poorer soils.||Saskatchewan potash is shipped around the world to be used in fertilizers and consumer products. Only 5% of production is used domestically.|
Foam Lake Project Saskatchewan
Foam Lake Project
Foam Lake, Saskatchewan
The Foam Lake Property is located approximately 250 km SE of Saskatoon near the community of Foam Lake. The potash deposit was explored with 11 wells and surface seismic in 2012- 2013.
Stockholm Property Saskatchewan
The Stockholm Property is situated in the Stockholm region near Esterhazy, SK. Initial exploration was completed in August 2012 intersecting two very high-grade potash zones.
Albany Project Saskatchewan
The Albany Project is a world class deposit located southeast of Regina, SK.