Are you considering becoming an agrologist and found our site on the web? This article, along with the information contained in the Agrologists Agronomes Canada site will give you more information about what services an agrologist may be called on to provide and where an agrologist might work.
Don’t forget to visit our provincial regulators HERE, by clicking on the logo or name, as they will information specific to the province in which you reside.
Agrologists study commercial and native plant communities and livestock production in order to improve yields, while at the same time advocating sustainable farming and ranching methods.
Agrologists may also study farm, urban, and wilderness interfaces to find solutions to the challenge of competing demands on the land base, for example, wildlife habitat, timber, recreation, urban expansion, and livestock. Most agrologists work as members of a team alongside other scientists and agriculture experts.
Please go to this link to read details about potential job responsibilities, work environments, and education from ECO Canada.