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Watrous Regional Office

Cory Jacob, PAg, MSc., Regional Crops Specialist

Cory holds MSc. and BSc. in agronomy from the University of Saskatchewan. He has held various agronomy-related summer jobs in private industry, and also has experience as a graduate teaching assistant at the University of Saskatchewan. Cory works closely with producers and industry to help alleviate current and future issues in crop production. Cory grew up on a grain farm in southeast Saskatchewan in the Mutrie district.

Brenda Stefanson, PAg, MSc., Regional Farm Business Management Specialist

Brenda has a BSc. in agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan, with a major in agricultural economics and a MSc. from the University of Saskatchewan with a major in agricultural extension and a minor in agricultural economics. She has worked as an extension specialist with the University of Saskatchewan and the Agriculture Institute of Management in Saskatchewan. As a Regional Farm Business Management Specialist, Brenda is a source of information for producers and the agriculture industry on business management, economics and decision making.

Nadia Mori, PAg, MSc., Regional Forage Specialist

Nadia holds a BSA with a major in rangeland management and a MSc. in rangeland ecology from the University of Saskatchewan. Nadia has worked in the Watrous region since 2011. In addition to improved forage and pasture management, her areas of focus include noxious weed containment and targeted grazing management using small ruminants. Nadia is also a trained actor who uses plays and vignettes as innovative ways to provide forage agrology education and agriculture awareness.

Dawn Berger, Regional Services Representative

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. 

Elaine Frerichs, Administrative Support

 
Elaine provides administrative support, on a part-time basis, for the Watrous Regional Office.  Elaine comes with over 25 years of administrative experience in a variety of industries.

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