Kevin Hursh and his wife Marlene operate Hursh Consulting & Communications Inc. from a home-based office in Saskatoon. Kevin serves as executive director for the Canary Seed Development Commission of Saskatchewan and the Inland Terminal Association of Canada. He is also an investor and board member of X-Steam-inator Agriculture Products. The X-Steam-inator uses high temperature steam for non-selective weed control.
Each year, Kevin is a guest speaker and/or moderator at various agricultural conferences and conventions. He writes a weekly column published in The Western Producer. He is also a contributor to the prairie-wide magazine Farming for Tomorrow. Together with Adele Buettner of AgriBiz Communications, he conducts media training workshops for groups and individuals wanting to hone their interview skills.