Angela Bedard Haughn 2016Angela Bedard-Haughn

Angela Bedard-Haughn is a professor in the Department of Soil Science at the University of Saskatchewan. She was born and raised in the Black soil zone, on a farm a few miles north of St. Brieux, SK. She completed her B.Sc. in Physical Geography and her M.Sc. in Soil Science at University of Saskatchewan before heading south to University of California at Davis for her Ph.D in Soil Science. She returned to Saskatoon in 2004 and joined the Soil Science faculty in 2006. Her research focuses on applied pedology: examining how soil properties affect – and are affected by – land use and carbon change, with an emphasis on wetland soils. She also does research on digital soil mapping and soil information management. Angela joined the SSCA Board in 2016.