What is AgriARM

What Is AgriARM

  • Agri-ARM is a network of producer-directed applied research and demonstration organizations located across Saskatchewan
  • All operating individually, each site strives to collaborate on a broad range of projects, generating results relevant to growers over a wide area
  • Supported by the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture and Canada-Saskatchewan Growing Forward 2 bi-lateral agreement, AgriARM sites receive the majority of funds through project based funding from governments, commodity groups and private industry

What They Do

  • Increase the adoption of new agricultural production technologies and practices
  • Provide farmers with more tools for environmental and economic decision making
  • Develop and maintain an adequate level of infrastructure and expertise for regional applied research and demonstration
  • Increase public awareness of agriculture's role in environmental stewardship and the overall economy
  • Test, evaluate and demonstrate potential new technologies and practices
  • Provide unbiased, third party results at field days, producer meetings, workshops and online. 

Contact AgriARM

Conservation Learning Centre

(Prince Albert)

Robin Brown, Research Manager

(306) 960-1834



 Northeast Agriculture Research Foundation Inc. (Melfort)

Stewart Brandt, Research Manager

(306)752-2776 ext 234


East Central Research Foundation (Yorkton)

Mike Hall, Manager

(306) 621-6032



South East Research Farm (Redvers)

Lana Shaw, Manager

(306) 891-5050


Indian Head Agricultural Research Foundation (Indian Head)

Danny Petty, Manager




Western Applied Research Corporation (Scott)

Jessica Weber, General Manager



Irrigation Crop Diversification Corporation (Outlook)

Desseri Ackerman, Administrator

(306) 831-5282



Wheatland Conservation Area Inc.

Bryan Nybo, Manager

(306) 773-4775