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Environmental Services

Mitch Woodard, Environmental Agent, works with local government, businesses, home owners and community groups to assist in the proper treatment of storm water runoff to prevent erosion and further pollution. He also works with farmers and land owners to restore stream banks and beds with proper vegetation, quality soil and guidance to prevent erosion.

Livestock and Field Crops

Zachary Parker, Livestock and Field Crops Agent, works with farmers and producers in Wake County to help them produce high quality products on their farm. Zachary provides farmers with technical support, pesticide certification and continuing education using resources from NC State, NC A&T and Wake County to ensure a quality furniture for agriculture in Wake County.

Horticulture and Green Industry

Jeana Myers, Horticulture Agent, provides guidance to the Wake County Master Gardener Volunteer Program, which consists of over 185 volunteers. She also works with landscapers and the green industry to provide certifications, continuing education and technical assistance to ensure continued success in Wake County.

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