Mark has been a Saskatchewan boy his whole life, and has committed a career to conserving its natural heritage.
During two terms with the Government of Saskatchewan, Mark served as the Minister of Agriculture and Food and earlier as Minister of Highways and Transportation. Before he joined NCC in August 2014, he was the development officer at the College of Agriculture and Bioresources in Saskatoon. He also served as a United Church minister for many years.
Mark's personal commitment to conservation and responsible stewardship has now moved into the professional realm. As Regional Vice-president of NCC in Saskatchewan, Mark develops partnerships with individuals, corporations and governments. He also oversees NCC actions to help ensure the conservation of diverse wildlife species and natural habitat in Saskatchewan.