Samantha Wolfe is the Michigan State University Extension statewide Agricultural Occupational Health educator working with the AgrAbility program. She is housed in the Benzie County office. Her expertise encompasses a range of experiences, including managing a rotational grazing beef operation and working for a third-party verification program focused on mitigating on-farm environmental risks. With a background in environmental education and outreach, Samantha is passionate about collaborating with growers and producers across different operation sizes and sectors to identify solutions and enhance their operations. She holds a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Kalamazoo College and an M.A. in Biology from Miami University's Global Field Program. Reach out to Sam for more information about AgrAbility and how MSU Extension can benefit your community and your farm.
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