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 Drew Todd
 Drew Todd, State Urban Forestry Coordinator - Ohio Department of Natural Resources

Urban foresters strongly believe that properly placed and maintained trees, shrubs, vines, and groundcovers will improve the quality of life for people living and working in urban areas. Urban vegetation is important for creating living spaces, screening objectionable views and adding beauty to our lives. More information

 Brian Peach
 Brian Peach, Secretary / Treasurer - Ohio AgriBusiness Association

The Ohio AgriBusiness members think of us first when they need answers. We pride ourselves on being able to service our members with those answers. More information

 Jane Martin
 Jane C. Martin, Extension Agent - The Ohio State University Extenstion

Plants are the foundation of ecosystems, so studying them helps us gain a better understanding of science, other life forms, and the world around us. They provide great diversity in raw materials for the many things we use daily, including food, medicines, building materials, paper goods, and wonderful landscapes and gardens. More information

Leanne Moorman
 Leanne Moorman, Extension Agent - West Virginia University Extension

Get as much hands-on experience as you possibly can. No matter what career you choose, find a mentor. I believe that having someone to ask questions of, bounce ideas off of and provide support for you as a new employee is very important. More information

Ann Hummell
 Ann Hummell, Agricultural Research Technician in Plants - USDA-ARS

The greatest rewards come from taking a research project from the idea stage, through the developmental stage, to the publication stage.  I guess you could say I enjoy seeing the "fruits" of my labor. More information


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