Jared Clarke is a teacher, farmer, biologist, conservationist, and community builder. Born and raised in Regina, Jared and his wife Kristen moved to their farm outside of Edenwold in 2009, where they now reside with their 7 year-old twin girls, Rowan and Teal.
Jared is an elementary school teacher. His work experience has given him insight into the issues facing public education in this province. On the farm, Jared and his family raise meat goats.
Jared is the chair of the Edenwold School Community Council, and chaired the Edenwold School Review Committee in 2017-2018, which successfully kept Edenwold School open. He has been a director and treasurer for the Canadian Meat Goat Association. He is a volunteer for the Saskatchewan Breeding Bird Atlas, and is a leader in advocating for conservation. Jared is a member of many organizations, including the Indian Head Wildlife Federation and Ducks Unlimited Saskatchewan. He is also known around the community for his work banding Ruby-throated Hummingbirds for research purposes.