What is an Agrologist?

The term Agrologist or the designation P.Ag. after a person’s name indicates that this person is a professional who is legally qualified as an agrologist.

As varied as their careers may be, Professional Agrologists on PEI have one common element: they are members of the PEIIA with a strong commitment to work within their area of expertise and collectively throughout every sector of the agriculture and food industry.

“Agrology is the practice of Bio-resource and Economic sciences to provide advice to the Agriculture, Agrifood and Natural Resources Sectors and contribute to the health of the society, environment and the economy.”

PEI Agrologists Act

PEI Agrologists Act

PEI Institute of Agrologists Bylaws

PEI Institute of Agrologists Bylaws

PEI Code of Ethics

PEI Code of Ethics

List of Current PEIIA Members

List of Current PEIIA Members

Council Members

2021-2022

President

Gwen Corrigan Vessey, P.Ag.

President Elect

Ryan Barrett, P.Ag.

Past President

Steve Howatt, P.Ag.

Secretary/Treasurer

Laura Dickson, P.Ag.

Registrar

Mike Nabuurs, P.Ag.

Councillor

Lindsay Birch, P.Ag.

Councillor

Michelle Dyment, P.Ag.

Councillor at Large

Heather More, P.Ag.

AIT Representative

Evan MacDonald, AIT

Committees & Chairs

2021-2022 | * = Chair

Membership

Earl Pickard, P.Ag.
Mette Ching, P.Ag.
Mary Kay Sonier, P.Ag.

Program & Publicity

Steve Watts*, P.Ag.
Michelle Dyment, P.Ag.
Lindsay Birch, P.Ag.
Heather More, P.Ag.
Morgan McNeil, P.Ag.
Evan MacDonald, AIT

Honours & Awards

Elizabeth Maynard*, P.Ag.
Leaming Murphy, P.Ag.
Lorraine MacKinnon, P.Ag.

Agrologist-in-Training

Les Halliday, P.Ag.
Marleen Clark, P.Ag.
Dan MacEachern, P.Ag.

Social Media & Website Committee

Ryan Barrett*, P.Ag.
Michelle Dyment, P.Ag.
Heather More, P.Ag.
Cameron Menzies, AIT

Agrologists Canada Representative

Marleen Clark, P.Ag.