Meet Our New Colleagues

Andrew Corbin

Please welcome Andrew Corbin to the WSU Extension fold in the Snohomish County Everett office, where he moved this August. As their Agriculture and Natural Resource Educator, he is responsible for sustainable agriculture educational programming and research. His goal is to “support, maintain, and expand the agricultural industry while recognizing the growing urban interface in Snohomish County through collaborative research and education of interested citizens.”

For the past 10 years Andrew worked as a project manager for Michigan State University’s WK Kellogg Biological Station conducting long-term ecological research in row crop agriculture. His educational background includes a PhD in crop and soil science from MSU, an MS in agricultural plant protection from Cornell University, and a BS in forestry from Michigan Technological University.

Despite a full workload, Andrew will also attempt to make time for activities such as hiking, biking, skiing, sailing, camping, fishing, hunting, ice hockey, playing drums, and “getting [his] kids involved in any or all of the above.”

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