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North Battleford Regional Office

Erin Campbell, PAg, Crops Extension Specialist

Erin Campbell

Erin received her B.Sc. in agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan, where she majored in crop science. Following this, she received her M.Sc. from the University of Alberta. Erin joined the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture as a regional crops extension specialist in 2011 and worked in the Watrous region before joining the North Battleford office in 2014. Her studies and work experience stem from her interest in plant/weed identification, crop rotations and plant diseases.

Jenifer Heyden, PAg, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist

Jenifer Heyden

Jenifer grew up on a mixed farm in east central Alberta and received a B.Sc. in agriculture and an M.Sc. in beef cattle genomics from the University of Alberta. Before joining Saskatchewan Agriculture in 2009, Jenifer worked as a Forage and Livestock Extension Agronomist in east-central Alberta. She has a keen interest in animal nutrition and genetics and forage/livestock relationships under different management systems. As a Regional Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist, she works with farmers, ranchers and producer groups to grow and improve the efficiency of their livestock operations.

Patricia (Trish) Johnson, PAg, Agriculture Programs Specialist

Patricia Johnson

Trish has a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan with a major in Agriculture Economics. Before joining the Regional Services team, Trish was a Land Agrologist with Lands Branch. Trish also has many years of experience with the Farm Land Security Board. As an Agriculture Program Specialist, Trish provides producers with information regarding programming provided by the ministry.

Brenda Irwin, Regional Services Representative

Brenda Irwin

Brenda is originally from a small town in Ontario and enjoyed summer visits to a friend's farm. She has extensive administrative experience and enjoys working in an active office environment. Over the years she has lived and worked in Ontario and Oklahoma and recently returned to Canada to settle in North Battleford with her daughter. She enjoys learning about and supporting the agriculture sector and truly appreciates the hard work and dedication of Saskatchewan producers.

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