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Humboldt Office

Michael Brown, AAg, Crops Extension Specialist

Michael Brown

Michael holds a B.Sc. in Agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan, with a major in Agronomy and is a Certified Crop Adviser. He has worked in both research and retail agronomy, and most recently was a sales agronomist in southeastern Saskatchewan. Michael assists producers and industry with crop production inquiries, and demonstrates new innovations and technologies.

Luke Jorgensen, AAg, Range Management Extension Specialist

Luke Jorgensen

Luke has a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan, and was raised on a cow/calf operation near Fort Vermilion, Alberta. As a Range Management Extension Specialist, Luke offers producers advise on forage and pasture production and management, including invasive weed control and forage crop establishment and rejuvenation.

Alexis DeCorby AAg, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist

Alexis DeCorby

Alexis graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, majoring in Animal Science and minoring in Agribusiness. She grew up on a ranch in south eastern Saskatchewan, where she and her family raise purebred livestock. Alexis's primary focus is to work with producers to answer questions regarding livestock nutrition, management and production.

Hillary Luchinski, AAg, Agri-Environmental Specialist

Hillary Luchinski

Hillary grew up on a small mixed livestock farm near Tobin Lake, Saskatchewan, where her family has a commercial cow-calf herd and custom grazing operation. She followed a passion for agriculture and the environment to the University of Saskatchewan, where she completed a B. SC. in Agriculture with a major in environmental science and a minor in rangeland resources. Before joining the Ministry of Agriculture, Hillary has worked in various sectors of the agriculture industry, including dairy, water stewardship, research and marketing.

Dawn Berger, Regional Services Representative

Dawn Berger

Dawn provides front-line customer service to clients on programs and services, as well as provides assistance to the Regional Specialists. Prior to working with Agriculture, Dawn worked with Environment and Social Services.

Tammy Hendry, Administrative Support

Tammy Hendry

Tammy provides part time administrative support and customer service to the Ministry of Agriculture in Humboldt. She has approximately 20 years of administrative experience, primarily in agriculture.

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