THE INSTITUTE REGULATES AGROLOGISTS
The Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists, empowered by The Agrologists Act, 1994, regulates the profession of agrology in Saskatchewan, to protect the public, by ensuring its safe, competent and ethical practice. The Institute registers approximately 1,400 Agrologists and Agricultural Technologists in Saskatchewan.
This growing profession addresses many of today's critical issues in agriculture, food production and safety, bioresource health and environmental quality.
An Agrologist or Agricultural Technologist is a science-based professional in agriculture, bioresources, food or the environment, who responsibly teaches, consults, transfers knowledge or conducts research.
Only registered members of the Institute are legally entitled to practice Agrology in the province of Saskatchewan.