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Agrology Update Memo: SIA Branch AGM Schedule

March 6, 2020

March 6, 2020

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Admissions & Registration Committee Meeting

The next SIA Admissions & Registration Committee Meeting is scheduled for:
March 13, 2020

Deadline to submit documents is:
March 10, 2020.


The push is on this weekend as USASK Agros make their way to Telemiracle in Regina.

Should you wish to make a donation, click here. Remember charitable donations are eligible for income tax receipts.

Telemiracle 44 takes place at the Conexus Arts Centre in Regina on March 7, 2020.

Orientation to Agrology Workshops

 April 15, 2020

April 14, 2020

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Contact Information

Have you recently changed jobs or moved? Has your email address changed? Do you have a new mailing address or phone number?

Make sure to update your information on the SIA database. Simply log onto the website using your username and password.


Attention Articling Agrologists: If your milestones and relevant experience are complete, contact the Provincial Office to get access to the last step in the articling program, which is the Professionalism & Ethics online course and final exam.

Once you have completed all milestones including the P&E course and exam, submit the required reporting documents from the Articling Journal along with an online Full Member request to the provincial office. 

Your request will then be reviewed by the Admissions & Registration committee.

NOTICE: Next Admissions & Registration Committee Meeting

The SIA Office is in the process of scheduling a date for the next admissions and registration committee meeting. Once finalized, the date will be advertised in next week`s Friday's Agrology Update Memo.

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Sia BRanch
agm schedule

Register today for a branch Annual General Meeting. In addition to the AGM, some branches will have guest speakers as well. The schedule is:

Regina Branch, March 12, 5:00 pm
Where: Days Inn, Estevan
Presentation: Lyme Disease - A Sufferers Perspective
Cost: $25/pp

Saskatoon Branch, March 18, 5:00 pm
Where: Travelodge, Saskatoon
Presentation: Fire! Creating Public Confidence in using Prescribed Fire as a Management Tool for Native Prairie, with Renny Grilz PAg
Cost: $35/pp

Yorkton Branch, March 18, 5:00 pm
Where: Pattison Agriculture, Yorkton
Join the branch for pizza and networking!
Cost: $10/pp

Northwest Branch, March 20, 5:30 pm
Where: Table Mountain, near Battleford
Speaker: Eric Johnson PAg
Cost: $25/pp

Northeast Branch, March 25, 5:00 pm
Where: Recplex, Tisdale
Presentation: TBA
Cost: Free

Southwest Branch, March 26, 6:00 pm
Where: Houston Pizza, Swift Current
Cost: $10/pp

Click the button below for details and to register!

guardians of agrology
SIA 2020 convention & agm

James Tansey PAg

Have you registered for the 2020 convention? There are many informative sessions and workshops planned for this year's event including James Tansey's session: Considerations for insecticide application: when to spray, when to hold your fire, and why.

There will also be a screening of Guardians of the Grasslands, a short documentary brought to you by a group of dedicated conservationists, ranchers and Canadian filmmakers. The film explores the current state of one of the world’s most endangered ecosystems, the Great Plains grasslands, and the role that cattle play in its survival. As we reach new critical levels in the loss of these iconic landscapes, there are important truths we must face about humanity’s relationship with the land and our food. A panel discussion will follow the showing of the film.

Details are available on the
SIA website.

Earlybird registration ends March 15!

featured agrologist

John A.G. Spencer PAg
John Spencer & Associates Inc.
Saskatoon, SK

As President and Lead Consultant, John directs the work of associates on projects to assist farm management teams in developing strategic plans and financial management options. His chief role is to help farm teams regain control of their decision making, linking actions to long term visions.
"Because of my Professional Agrologist (PAg) designation, my clients have confidence that I and my team are qualified to do the work and stay up to date on the issues they face.” Read More

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SIA does not pre-determine or pre-approve CPD activities. Each member reports the events and activities that specifically support their declared scope of practice. 
How to Define and Report CPD

These opportunities are generally sorted into Agriculture & Food and Bioresources & Environment. However, there may be events and activities that cross sectors.    

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Every member has the responsibility to ensure that the public interest is served by the competent and ethical practice of agrology.

If you are concerned about the conduct or competence of an individual practicing agrology, there are steps that are required before you register a complaint. Go to the Register a Complaint site for more information.


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