Watershed Manager – Lynne Roszell, PAg
Lynne Roszell, PAg, rejoined the CRVWA on October 15, 2014 in the role of Watershed Manager. Previously, Lynne was with the CRVWA as the AEGP Technician from April 2011 until September 2013, when she left the position to join the Ministry of Agriculture Lands Branch in Tisdale. After just over a year as a Land Agrologist, Lynne welcomed the opportunity return to the CRVWA and is enjoying her role as the Watershed Manager.
Lynne grew up on a mixed family farm near Kipabiskau Lake, and attended public school in McKague and Tisdale. After graduating from TUCS, Lynne went on to the University of Saskatchewan where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. Lynne is a member of the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists, and obtained her Professional Agrologist (PAg) designation in early 2013. After many years and many moves, Lynne, her husband, and their four children moved to an acreage near where she grew up in 2013 and are happily settled into the area. Lynne looks forward to continuing the work of the CRVWA and working with residents of the watershed to promote source water protection.
Lynne can be reached directly at 306-920-7228 or email@example.com.
AEGP Technician – Charlotte Asplind, AAg
Charlotte Asplind, AAg joined the CRVWA on December 14, 2014 as the part-time AEGP Technician, and transitioned into the full-time position of Watershed Technician in November 2016. Charlotte has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Biology from the University of Saskatchewan. Her studies focused on ecology including the ecology of riparian habitats. She grew up on her family farm and now raises sheep with her husband near Gronlid. Charlotte enjoys bringing her education, agricultural background, and passion for the environment to her position as Watershed Technician.
Charlotte can be reached directly at 306-920-8166 or firstname.lastname@example.org.