(freelance writer, journalist)
PLANT BREEDERS NEED TO BE RECOGNIZED
July 29, 2023 Western Producer
Those responsible for developing new crop varieties deserve our support, especially as we strive to meet ambitious federal climate goals.
HEALTH ANXIETY CAN HAVE MAJOR IMPACT
April 20, 2023 Western Producer
It’s estimated that 20 percent of the population has elevated levels of health anxiety, which can be a powerful driver of behaviour.
March 1, 2023 Barley Bin magazine
Why varietal purity in Saskatchewan barley is top of mind this year
CAN WE FERMENT OUR WAY TO MORE FOOD SECURITY?
January 26, 2023 CBC Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan set to be a leader in this area, say industry experts
NAVIGATING THE DIGITAL DIET CULTURE
December 8, 2022 Western Producer
The internet has opened the floodgates of dietary advice; how does that affect food production and should producers care?
SASK. FARMERS EMBRACING LOCALLY DEVELOPED AG TECH
November 26, 2022 CBC Saskatchewan
Desire for more efficient fertilizer use and environmental sustainability driving interest
CANADIAN PARENTS ARE BEING TOLD THEY DRINK WAY TOO MUCH AND REALLY?!
November 9, 2022 Today's Parent
In an era of #momjuice and #wineoclock, a new government-backed report says our idea of “moderation” is, in fact, beyond excessive—and dangerous.
WHAT NEW PARENTS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CHEMICALS AND TOXINS
May 6, 2022 Today's Parent
Having a baby can make you take a second glance at the products you use at home and what you put in your body. Here’s what new parents should know.
'SUSTAINABLE' IS A TRENDY WORD IN THE FOOD INDUSTRY — BUT FARMERS AREN'T GETTING ENOUGH CREDIT FOR IT
November 29, 2019 CBC Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan has been a leader in sustainable farming practices
WILL ALL THE UNDER-SOCIALIZED BABIES BORN IN 2020 BE OK?
November 4, 2020 Today's Parent
You might have pictured a busy mat leave filled with baby swim classes and mommy-and-me yoga meetups. But COVID-19 has forced us to readjust our expectations indefinitely.