René-Carl Dionne

René-Carl Dionne
Senior Agrologist, New Westminster

We are pleased to introduce you to René-Carl Dionne, BSc., PAg.

René-Carl is a Professional Agrologist with experience in both Quebec and British Columbia. After obtaining his degree in Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at McGill, he worked in the agricultural advising sector for two years. His experience in implementing best farming practices and nutrient management lead him to new opportunities in the world of fertilizing residuals. René-Carl has experience in all aspects of residuals land application including: data interpretation, field operation supervision, client liaison and the authoring of regulatory documents.

His primary focus is to ensure the smooth, productive implementation of operational projects. René-Carl has been involved in all aspects of project management and participated equally in field activities and the associated site authorization work. Land application of residuals requires in-depth site characterization along with consistent communications with partners, agencies and the public. René-Carl has over two years experience liaising as a qualified professional with government agencies, municipalities, clients and landowners. He has developed and coordinated over twenty successful projects in Quebec and British Columbia, for the land application of liquid and dewatered biosolids as well as diverse agri-food residuals.

As part of his field responsibilities, René-Carl has been involved with land application background work and site assessments. In the last two years, he managed both forest and range land fertilization projects along with projects in mine and gravel pit reclamation. His core focus is to meet stakeholder’s requirements by implementing sound environmental practices.

René-Carl sees opportunities in every challenge he faces and has proven great creativity in problem solving.

René-Carl is the proud father of an adorable baby boy and enjoys his family time.  Whenever he's not busy with his family, you'll find him rock climbing in Squamish, enjoying time on the snow, or he is most likely to be found developing a new beer recipe, soon to be enjoyed by his colleagues and friends.