My family farm upbringing guided my problem-solving drive to precision agriculture. From my BS in Biological Systems and Agricultural Engineering at the University of Minnesota to my MS in Biological Systems Engineering at the University of Nebraska under Slava Adamchuk, I have attempted to understand spatial variability in soils to produce better crop yields with less waste.

My master’s thesis focuses on site specific application of lime to improve nutrient uptake, and blogs produced for FamilyFarms Group have focused on common areas I see for improvement in production agriculture (yield data cleaning and experimental design).

Here’s my conference call wall for training webinar access, and here is my Zoom link.