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Outlook Regional Office

Kaeley Kindrachuk, AT, Crops Extension Specialist

Kaeley Kindrachuk
Kaeley is excited about agriculture extension and helping producers make the best decisions they can for their farm. Kaeley’s focus areas are in crop disease and insect management, crop biosecurity, canola and pulse production as well as specialty crops. Kaeley has 10 years of experience working in ag retails and with the Ministry of Agriculture. She has an Applied Degree in environmental management from Lakeland College.

Sarah Sommerfeld, PAg, Agri-Environmental Specialist

Sarah Sommerfeld
Sarah provides advice to help producers make decisions that improve long-term sustainability on their operations. As an agri-environmental specialist, Sarah works with farmers and ranchers to implement environmental best management practices, such as converting marginal land to perennial forage and cross-fencing to better manage native rangeland and riparian areas. Sarah has worked in the agriculture industry for over 15 years, with experience in forage management, irrigated crop production and agri-environmental programming. Sarah has a B.Sc. in agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan, with a major in animal science.

Travis Peardon, PAg, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist

Travis Peardon
Travis has a B.Sc. from the University of Saskatchewan, with a major in agriculture economics. He has extensive experience as a cow-calf producer and backgrounding feedlot operator. His speciality is economic analysis of beef operations and identifying low cost management strategies.

Karly Rumpel, AAg, Intern Extension Agrologist

Karly Rumpel
Karly grew up on a mixed beef and grain farm and is excited to give back to the industry that raised her. As an intern extension agrologist, Karly works to support specialists across the province and growers with program information in the Outlook region. Karly started with the ministry in December 2020 and has a BSc. in Agriculture and Certificate in Business from the University of Guelph.

Janice Bennett, Regional Service Representative

As the first point of contact, Janice Bennett assesses internal and external client needs to make sure that they find what they need in an efficient and effective manner. Janice is always willing to step in and help wherever she is needed. Janice grew up on a farm and has a diploma in Office Automation and Administration.

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