Phillip Harder is a Research Associate in the Centre for Hydrology at the University of Saskatchewan who has a broad interest in understanding the relationships between hydrology and agriculture on the Canadian Prairies. Translating research and communicating the science behind agriculture and hydrology interactions into useful tools to improve agricultural outcomes and understand water related risks for producers is an ongoing interest.

This website contains information on his background, research interests, contributions, and some tools and resources that have been developed through his research activities that may or may not be useful for some. For ongoing perspectives and information related to current ag-water conditions in the Prairies check out his Twitter.

Please contact if you have questions and thoughts about all things related to hydrology and agriculture on the Canadian Prairies.


Phillip Harder

Research Associate

Centre for Hydrology

University of Saskatchewan


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