Finding safe, decent, and affordable housing during a time of escalating prices that go hand-in-hand with economic growth is a challenge that Mosaic and its employees understand, a challenge that impacts on the quality of life, not only for employees personally but for everyone in the communities where they live. Mosaic employees throughout Saskatchewan have been following the company’s lead and supporting the Habitat for Humanity with volunteer labour to build affordable housing for marginal-income families. Mosaic has contributed $450,000 to Habitat for Humanity in Saskatchewan toward the construction of 37 houses and has supported new Habitat chapters in Yorkton and Moose Jaw. Close to home, Mosaic employees have pitched in to help finish Habitat for Humanity House No. 3 in Yorkton, a 900-square-foot, four bedroom house that was purchased from the City of Yorkton for a nominal fee, relocated to a vacant lot, placed on a ICF foundation, gutted, rewired, re-sided, and retrofitted, with the generous donations of local tradespeople and volunteers. The push is on to complete the house by October. There to volunteer their time have been five Mosaic Potash Esterhazy employees – K2 Senior Engineer Chris Nakoneshny, Director of Inflow Control Peter Haugen, Human Resources Senior Generalist Braden Domres, K2 Mill General Foreman Bernie Brule, and K2 Mill Superintendent Clint Prier.