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Provincial Council

SIA 2021 2022 Provincial Council

 

The Institute's Provincial Council is responsible for the strategic and professional direction of the Institute, within guidelines of The Agrologists Act and the Administrative & Regulatory Bylaws. It establishes priorities, has oversight of the Institute’s activities and oversees the budget. It is focused on strategic issues and provides guidance to the President, President-Elect and senior management. 

Provincial Council 2021 - 2022

 

President

Dale Smart PAg
Smart Farms
Email

 

 

President-Elect

Robyn Morley PAg
Synergy Ag
Email

 

Public Rep

Miles Anderson
Rancher
Email

 

 

Farming Rep

Timothy Nerbas PAg
NRG Farms
Email

Public Rep

Jean Harrington
Email

 

 

Northeast Branch Councillor

Jessica Slowski PAg
Email

 

Technical Agrologist Rep

Amy Grindheim TechAg
Blair's Family of Companies
Email

 

 

Regina Branch Councillor

VACANT
 

 

Northwest Branch Councillor

Dena Delday PAg
Kindersley, SK
Email

 

 

Southwest Branch Councillor

Jaime Cobler TechAg
Deeproots Environmental Ltd.
Email

Saskatoon Branch Councillor

Matthew Braun PAg
Nature Conservancy of Canada
Email

 

 

Rep, College of AgBio, U of S

Bob Tyler PAg
College of Agriculture & Bioresources
Email

Yorkton Branch Councillor

David McKerchar PAg
Parrish & Heimbecker
Email

     

Past Executives

Council Structure
The Council shall consist of the following elected members:

The Council shall consist of the following appointed members:

Commitment of Councillors

The Provincial Council, its committees and working groups meet throughout the year. Members of the Provincial Council are expected to make themselves available, to fulfill council responsibilities which include the requirement to meet on 4 to 6 occasions each year. Business may be conducted by email and virtual conference (phone and video conferencing).

Elected members of the Council are entitled to reimbursement for expenses based on provincial government rates.

Eligibility of Councillors

To be considered as an elected candidate for a Provincial Council position you must be in the year of the nomination and for the two prior years:

Note: All the current Provincial Council members are eligible for nomination, except the current President and President-Elect.

Councillor Nomination Process

  1. Ensure the nominee is willing to stand
  2. Complete the appropriate nomination form
  3. Submit the following by February 28:
    • Completed nomination form
      • Five supporting signatures of members in good standing
      • Supporting signature of the nominee
    • Recent digital photo of the nominee

 


   


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