Loading...
You are here:  Home  >  Grazing Management  >  Fencing  >  Current Article

Grazing Management Using Cow Pie GIS

By   /  February 18, 2019  /  Comments Off on Grazing Management Using Cow Pie GIS

    Print       Email
GIS is an abbreviation for Geographic Information Systems. In practical terms GIS is the application
    Print       Email

About the author

I am the head of the GIS Department and Assistant Professor of GIS at Northern Virginia Community College. I am a scientist. I love data, discovery, and problem solving. I am a bit of a water quality expert. My academic background is in the natural sciences. I have Ph.D. from West Virginia University where I studied phosphorus movement and modeling and agriculture. I have degrees in Applied Agricultural Science, Animal and Vet Science, Agronomy -Soil Science, Public Administration, and Agriculture. I am an experienced Agriculture and Natural Resources extension educator / county Agent and author of multiple articles and publications. I have served as a local resource to assist in the identification and resolution of any agricultural and natural resources issues. I have developed agricultural and natural resources related programming to support the people of the county, the state, and the nation. In my current position I train students in the basic and advanced use of Geographic Information Systems to solve problems, model “stuff” and identify patterns in data. In my spare time, I love to write for On Pasture!

You might also like...

As Little as One Week’s Work a Year Can Significantly Improve Riparian Health

Read More →