Area Director Peace
Nora Paulovich graduated from the University of Alberta with a B.Sc. degree in Agriculture. Following graduation, she worked as a Land Resource Agrologist for the Public Lands Division and also as a District Agriculturist with Alberta Agriculture, all in the Peace Region. Presently she is manager of the North Peace Applied Research Association (an agricultural research and extension nonprofit group), and farms together with her husband and their grown children near Manning. They run a mixed farm, cropping cereals, oilseeds, pulses and forage seed along with a cow-calf operation. They also have a beef freezer trade business and sell forage seed and fencing supplies.
4-H has always been a big part of Nora’s life, first as a beef club member, then as parent to three beef club members. She became leader of the club and encouraged the members to take advantage of the many 4-H programs offered. Nora was leader of the local beef club for many years, president of the Mackenzie District, Beef Advisory Committee rep, president of the Peace Regional Council, and Peace Region Provincial Council Rep.
Nora was inducted into the 4-H Hall of Fame in 2019. She is involved in her community – volunteering with her church, local agricultural society and 4-H at club, regional and provincial levels.