Consul Museum is a group of volunteers with a common interest in preserving local history. Our mission is to preserve and communicate online the history impacted by the flow of water through the Battle Creek, Lodge Creek and Middlefork Creek watersheds. Founded in 2005, we were registered as a non-profit organization on January 30, 2006. We are the first museum in Saskatchewan to exist entirely as a website. We do not have a building. As well, Consul’s murals are maintained by the Museum Board.
Big Blue Skies
Smell of sagebrush,
Cry of coyotes.
Brutally cold winters; blistering hot summers.
Struggle for water in this
corner of contrasts.
Explore the magic of this area
and learn why our ranchers and farmers stay.
The 400 residents of the Rural Municipality of Reno, including the Village of Consul, rely on The Reno Reader to keep up to date on the happenings in the southwest corner of Saskatchewan. The Reno Reader keeps everyone informed about community events.