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Weyburn Regional Office

Sherri Roberts, AAg, Crops Extension Specialist

Sherri Roberts
Sherri graduated from the University of Minnesota with a B.Sc. in agricultural education with a minor in agricultural engineering. She has extensive work experience in the horticultural industry as well as teaching high school and vocational agriculture. Sherri has a special interest in designing online learning and management tools to help producers with decision making and improving their bottom line. Sherri works with producers and industry to help solve crop production problems and identify relevant applied-research opportunities.

Ken Evans, Agriculture Program Specialist

Ken Evans
Ken has a Diploma in applied arts and sciences from SIAST, with a dual major in finance and marketing. He has experience in both the public and private sectors of agricultural financing. Ken works with farm clients in all areas of farm management such as succession planning, financial management, business structure, and cost of production.

Lorne Klein, PAg, Range Management Extension Specialist

Lorne Klein
Lorne has a Diploma and B.Sc. in agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan with a major in agronomy. He has worked for the Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency and as an Extension Agrologist prior to becoming a Range Management Specialist. Lorne works with producers and industry specializing in extended grazing systems utilizing crop residues, annual cereals, perennials, native range, and bale grazing.

Natasha Wilke, BSA, PAg, Livestock and Feed Extension Specialist

Natasha Wilke
Natasha graduated with a B.Sc. in agriculture from the University of Saskatchewan, majoring in animal science. Natasha brings a wide range of experience having worked with livestock in Australia, the Saskatchewan First Nations Agriculture Council, Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency as an Assessment Agrologist, and as a Biodiversity Technician in the Federal Pasture Program. Her last position was as the Manager for the Prairie Conservation Action Plan where she worked with livestock producers on environmental initiatives.

Teresa Truscott, Resource Agent

Teresa Truscott
Teresa grew up on a farm in southeast Saskatchewan. She has worked with the Government of Saskatchewan for the past 15 years in various positions; she started with the Ministry of Agriculture in June 2016. Teresa has a certificate in Business Administration and Project Management.

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