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Abigail Peterson - FIELD MANAGER, SOIL HEALTH PARTNERSHIP

Bunker Hill, IL, USA

Abigail Peterson is a field manager for the Soil Health Partnership covering southern Illinois and Missouri. She graduated from Iowa State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Agronomy. At Iowa State, Abigail focused on soil analysis and cover crop use while working at the Iowa State soils lab and the USDA National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment. She is a Certified Crop Advisor, and focuses on agronomic data collection and integrated pest management specific to cover crop adoption through her position with SHP. Abigail is originally from northern Illinois, and her family continues to farm near Wyanet.

Email: peterson@ncga.com
Phone: 815-973-2478

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Adam Braun - OWNER/OPERATOR AT BRAUN FARMS

Vandalia, IL, USA

Adam Braun has been a full-time grain farmer since 2011. Prior to, he worked in product development for a heavy equipment manufacturer in central Illinois. Upon his return to the family farm, he continued and expanded upon the farm's heritage of conservation farming by improving no-till management, and by incorporating cover crops into his farming system. He has a strong passion for improving soil health, and for the design and implementation of farming systems that support that goal.

Email: arb_93@yahoo.com
Phone: 618-267-6964

I am NOT a private / for-profit consultant and do not anticipate charging for my time if a request needs more than 30 minutes of time.


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Alan Bailey - BAILEY LAND AND CONSERVATION INC.

Springfield, IL, USA

Alan Bailey has been involved with agriculture in some fashion most of his life. He worked as a hired man, worked to get some of his own ground, got active in multiple farm organizations and is always looking to make things better. Alan recognizes that dealing with soil health can be frustrating but at the same time it will be worth the time invested.

Email: baileylandconservation@gmail.com 
Phone: 217-306-4268 

I am a for-profit consultant and I may be able to provide more than 30 minutes free of charge depending on topic, location, etc.


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Barry Fisher - SOIL HEALTH SPECIALIST, USDA NRCS SOIL HEALTH DIVISION

Indianapolis, IN, USA

Barry Fisher serves the Central Region Leader for the Soil Health Division of the Natural Resources Conservation Service where he provides technical exchange for soil health management implementation, training and assistance to NRCS, farmers and partners throughout the Corn Belt and Northern Plains. Barry serves on the National Soil Health Training Cadre for NRCS, represents NRCS on the Midwest Cover Crops Council and the North Central SARE Administration Council, and is a Certified Crop Adviser. Barry and his wife Michael operate a cash grain and livestock farm in West- Central Indiana where they employ a soil health management system. He has a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture from Western Kentucky University and is a native of French Lick, Indiana.

Email: barry.fisher@usda.gov
Phone: 317-902-1101

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Becky Taylor - RESOURCE CONSERVATIONIST, LIVINGSTON COUNTY SWCD

Pontiac, IL, USA

Becky grew up on a grain and livestock farm in Northwestern Livingston County. Agriculture has always been a big part of her life. She enjoys working with farmers and landowners to improve their conservation activities while still maintaining their productivity.

Email: rebecca.m.taylor@il.nacdnet.net
Phone: 815-844-6127, ext. 3

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Brad Tarr - RESOURCE CONSERVATIONIST AT JASPER COUNTY SWCD

Newton, IL, USA

Brad grew up on a grain and livestock family farm where they raised corn, soybeans, wheat, hay and beef cattle. He graduated from Lank Land College with an AAS degree in Ag Production and Management. Over the past 30 years, Brad has worked with producers in Jasper and Effingham to adopt and implement conservation practices on their farms.

Email: brad.tarr@il.nacdnet.net
Phone: 618-783-2319 ext. 3

I am NOT a private / for-profit consultant and do not anticipate charging for my time if a request needs more than 30 minutes of time.


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Carter Morgan, PEER NETWORK LEADER FOR VERMILION, EDGAR, & CHAMPAIGN COUNTIES

Perrysville, IN, USA

Carter graduated from Purdue University in May of 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Systems Management with minors in Crop Science and Farm Management. He currently lives with his wife, Abby, and farms about 2,700 acres of corn, soybeans and wheat in west central Indiana and east central Illinois with his family. Morgan Brothers LLC is 100% no-till with approximately 90% of their row crop acres having cover crops on them. Carter is very passionate about conservation farming, specifically cover crops. Carter coordinates small farmer networks that brings farmers together to connect with one another and then implement best ag practices.

Email: cartermorgan11@gmail.com
Phone: 765-505-8588

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Clay Bess - LEAD CONSERVATION SPECIALIST, PRECISION CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT

Paris, IL, USA

Clay works for Precision Conservation Management, a program showing the economic value of conservation. He works directly with farmers to assess their system using sustainability metrics, and then helps those farmers implement conservation practices and programs that improve their bottom line. Clay is originally from Paris, IL and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Conservation Biology. He has experience with individual producers in the five counties, experience with NRCS programs and enrolling PCM farmers into a non-competitive pool of financial assistance, and experience with FBFM and the farmdoc team who provide financial analysis to PCM cooperators.

Email: cbess@precisionconservation.org
Phone: 309-445-0278

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Dallas Glazik - FARM BILL BIOLOGIST, PHEASANTS FOREVER, INC. & QUAIL FOREVER

Paxton, IL, USA

Dallas Glazik is a Farm Bill Biologist for Pheasants Forever. He is based in the Paxton NRCS Office in Ford County and covers Ford, Vermillion, Iroquois, and Champaign counties, and has already made an impact in the area with his workshops and work on cover crops. Dallas’s background is in East Central Illinois where he grew up on an organic farm outside of Paxton, Illinois. He majored in Restoration Ecology at the University of Illinois, where he set his goal to integrate conservation and agriculture.

Email: dglazik@pheasantsforever.org
Phone: 217-841-2978

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Daniel Perkins, PhD - DETECH SUSTAINABILITY AND ENVIRONMENT

Mahomet, IL, USA

Dan has spent 15 years in the agricultural nutrient and pesticide management, monitoring, and science space. His interests and expertise are in: water quality, hydrology, agronomy, nutrient & pesticide systems management, conservation strategies and practices (e.g. cover crops), web- and mobile apps, and analysis and interpretation of data and science.

Email: dan.perkins@detech.net
Phone: 215-917-3917

Private / for-profit consultant; anticipates charging for services after initial consultation


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Dave Fulton - CONSERVATION SPECIALIST, PRECISION CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT

Monticello, IL, USA

David Fulton works for Precision Conservation Management (PCM) as a Conservation Specialist serving Piatt, DeWitt, Champaign and Douglas Counties. David attended the University of Illinois and graduated in May of 2014 with a bachelor's degree in Agricultural Leadership and Science Education. He enjoys working one-on-one with landowners to talk about how conservation can impact their bottom-line when considering cover crops, reduced tillage and nutrient management.

Email: dfulton@precisionconservation.org

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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David Holste

Dieterich, IL, USA

Email: dmholste@gmail.com
Phone: 217-254-4283

I am NOT a private / for-profit consultant and do not anticipate charging for my time if a request needs more than 30 minutes of time.


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Don Wauthier - VICE PRESIDENT. BERNS CLANCY ASSOCIATES ENGINEERS

Urbana, IL, USA

Don Wautheir has 37 years of experience as an Agricultural and Biological consulting engineer specializing in conservation practices, tile drainage systems, stream channel repair/restoration, farm ponds, levees, terraces, waterways, erosion control, wetlands identification, livestock waste management, flood control, stormwater detention, and other similar activities. Don was raised on a family farm that now operates 2500 +/- acres and is familiar with farm programs, methods, and finances. He works extensively with Drainage Districts across the entire state and assists farmers with mitigating impacts due to wind farms, solar farms, and utility line construction.

Email: dwauthier@bernsclancy.com
Phone: 217-384-1144

Private / for-profit consultant; anticipates charging for services after initial consultation


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Doug Gucker, CCA - UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS EXTENSION

Decatur, IL, USA

Doug Gucker is an Agriculture and Natural Resource Extension Educator in Unit 17 (DeWitt, Macon & Piatt Counties). Doug works in local foods production and marketing; agricultural water quality issues; cover crops, pollinators, forages; field crops; and farm management. Besides his Extension work, Doug farmed for 33 years in central Illinois producing grain and livestock. He is an Illinois Certified Crop Adviser (CCA).

Email: dgucker@illinois.edu
Phone: 217-877-6042

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Erin Meyer MSFS, RD - EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, BASIL'S HARVEST

Chicago, IL, USA

Erin Meyer is the Executive Director of Basil's Harvest and approaches regenerative farming from a health and food system perspective.
Basil's Harvest nurtures a more healthful, equitable, and resilient food system by curating experiential learning, and collaborative action with farmers, health, culinary, supply chain, and institutional professionals. As a food systems professional, dietitian, and culinary professional, the primary focus of Erin's work is at the intersection of healthy soil and human health.

Phone: 309-370-6441

I am a nonprofit who is willing to provide 30 minutes free of charge, beyond that, it is a case by case decision.


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Isaiah & Danielle Jones - KINWOOD FARMS

Prophetstown, IL, USA

Together and along with their family, Isaiah and Danielle Jones manage adaptive grazed livestock, pastured eggs and poultry, and a no-till market garden in hopes of restoring the soil and community.

Email: kinwoodfarm@gmail.com
Phone: 563-370-5891

I am a for-profit consultant and I'm willing to provide 30 minutes free of charge; beyond that, commercial rates apply.


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Janette Porter - RPM SOILS - CO-FOUNDER/CEO

White Heath, IL, USA

Janette Swartz-Porter grew up on a family farm in Pike County, IL where her passion for soil health was developed. She graduated from Southern Illinois University Carbondale with a bachelor's degree in Plant and Soil Sciences in 2010. She began working as a consultant with Soil-Right Consulting where she managed the Pike County territory until RPM Soils was formed in 2016. Janette is co-manager of RPM Soils, an independent company that specializes in soil and plant health, and manages RPM's Western and Central Illinois regions. She is a member of the Illinois Soil Classifiers Association and enjoys helping clients improve their soil health.

Email: jlswartz1788@gmail.com
Phone: 217-491-4292

Private / for-profit consultant; anticipates charging for services after initial consultation


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Janith Chandrasoma - GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS URBANA-CHAMPAIGN

Urbana, IL, USA

Janith Chandrasoma joined the University of Illinois in June 2017 as a Ph.D. student in the Department of Crop Sciences. His graduate research work focuses on how drainage water management (DWM) and saturated buffers help reduce nitrogen loss in agricultural drainage water. He is advised by Dr. Laura Christianson. He received his M.S in Natural Resources (Soil Sciences concentration) at the University of Missouri-Columbia and his B.Sc in Agricultural Sciences and Management from Sabaragamuwa University in Sri Lanka.

Email: janithc2@illinois.edu

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Jason Draper - OWNER/OPERATOR-DRAPER DRAINAGE LLC

Carmi, IL, USA

Jason is a drainage/excavating contractor, and a LICA certified contractor from Southeastern Illinois. He's been involved in soil and water conservation projects for over 20 years. He and his family have a small farm where he raises registered Dorper sheep, and produces and sells hay and straw. Jason is a huge advocate for no-till and cover crops.

Email: 7mcfarms@gmail.com

Private / for-profit consultant; anticipates charging for services after initial consultation


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Jean McGuire - FIELD OUTREACH SPECIALIST, THE WETLANDS INITIATIVE

Peru, IL, USA

Jean is the outreach specialist for the Growing Wetlands for Clean Water project with the Wetlands Initiative. She is a former farm girl from Iowa and has been studying and communicating with farmers for the past 16 years as both an extension communications specialist and rural sociologist. She has an understanding of what motivates farmers to adopt practices to reduce soil erosion and improve water quality and uses this background to increase use of constructed wetlands.

Email: jmcguire@wetlands-initiative.org
Phone: 815-239-0125

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Jennifer Woodyard - WATERSHED OUTREACH ASSOCIATE, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS EXTENSION

Effingham, IL, USA

Jennifer Woodyard is a Watershed Outreach Associate with University of Illinois Extension. She serves the Embarras River and Little Wabash River Watersheds, which are phosphorus priority watersheds in the Illinois Nutrient Loss Reduction Strategy. She received her Master of Science in Agronomy from Purdue University, and her Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, with a minor in Crop and Soil Management, from University of Illinois. She is also a Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) with a 4R Nutrient Management Specialty certification through the American Society of Agronomy. Jennifer grew up on her family's farm in Edgar County.

Email: woodyar2@illinois.edu
Phone: 217-347-7773

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Jesse Uebelhor - SUPERIOR AG DIVISION AGRONOMIST

Ferdinand, IN, USA

Jesse Uebelhor graduated from Purdue University with a bachelor’s degree in Ag Economics. He has worked in ag retail and wholesale for 21 years; full time working with growers, and area agronomist teaching fundamentals of seed, chemistry, fertility, and matching cover crop species to growers goals and objectives. He also owns and operates Uebelhor & Family Farm LLC, where they implement cover crops on almost all the acres. 

Email: juebelhor@superiorag.com
Phone: 812-630-8086

I am a for-profit consultant and I may be able to provide more than 30 minutes free of charge depending on topic, location, etc.


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Jill Kostel - SENIOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEER, THE WETLANDS INITIATIVE

Chicago, IL, USA

Jill is the project manager for the Wetlands Initiative’s effort to advance the use of small, farm-based constructed wetlands to naturally reduce nutrient runoff in tile drainage. She works directly with farmers and landowners to provide technical assistance in the design and implementation of constructed wetlands and enrolling farmers into NRCS/FSA financial assistance programs. Originally from Pittsburgh, Jill stayed in Illinois after receiving her PhD in Environmental Engineering at Northwestern University.

Email: jkostel@wetlands-initiative.org
Phone: 312-922-0777 ext. 129

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Jim Iserman - FIELD MANAGER, SOIL HEALTH PARTNERSHIP

Streator, IL, USA

Jim Isermann is a field manager for the Soil Health Partnership covering Illinois. He graduated from the University of Illinois in 2002 with a Bachelor’s degree in Crop Sciences, and returned home to work on the family farm with his father. He has experience working with cover crops as a seed dealer, and utilizing annuals and other forages in grazing systems. He currently has a 65-head cow-calf operation. The farm includes 900 acres in Livingston and LaSalle Counties, with 120 of those acres in permanent forage; the rest are in production using a corn-soybean-wheat rotation.

Email: isermann@ncga.com

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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John Pike - AGRONOMIST/RESEARCHER PIKE AG, LLC

Marion, IL, USA

John Pike served as a Research Agronomist for the U of I at Dixon Springs Research station, focusing on nutrient management, soil fertility, and cover crops. He served as an Extension Educator in Agriculture and Natural Resources. He has also worked for SIU, Lake Land College, and was a Certified Crop Specialist/CCA for GROWMARK in Christian and Piatt County. He lives on a family farm south of Marion, IL.

Email: jpike1.ag@gmail.com
Phone: 618-727-1234

Private / for-profit consultant; service rates beyond initial consultation may be waived pending location and topic


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Kaitie Adams - DEMONSTRATION FARM MANAGER, SAVANNA INSTITUTE

Urbana, IL, USA

Kaitie Adams' work centers on relationship building with farmers, landowners, and communities to demonstrate how agroforestry (farming with trees) can be an ecologically and economically powerful practice on crop lands. Trees are powerful allies: they sink carbon, build soil health, increase biodiversity, and produce abundance. Through a network of demonstration farms, along with an internship and apprenticeship program, Kaitie and the Savanna Institute are committed to re-imagining the Illinois agricultural landscape and supporting the next generation of land stewards.

Email: kaitie@savannainstitute.org
Phone: 618-694-2179

I am NOT a private / for-profit consultant and do not anticipate charging for my time if a request needs more than 30 minutes of time.


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Kennedy Farm Drainage LLC - OWNER

Colfax, IL, USA

Kennedy Farm Drainage brings 29 years experience in agriculture water management.

Email: dkennedy250@gmail.com
Phone: 309-275-6149

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Kent Lee Bohnhoff - PRECISION CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT

Groveland, IL, USA

Kent served as the District Conservationist with SCS/NRCS for 30 + years while operating the family farm in south central Illinois. He has practiced no till/strip till for 15+ years with utilization of cover crops for the past ten years.

Email: choclab11902@yahoo.com
Phone: 309-830-5599

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Kris Reynolds - MIDWEST REGIONAL DIRECTOR, AMERICAN FARMLAND TRUST

Nokomis, IL, USA

Kris is the Midwest regional director for American Farmland Trust. He is also a Certified Crop Adviser with both 4R Nutrient Management and Sustainability Specializations. He raises corn and soybeans, and uses cover crops to promote soil health, prevent erosion, and manage nutrients. He uses CRP and grassed waterways. He has experience with conservation and nutrient management plans.

Email: kreynolds@farmland.org
Phone: 217-556-1896

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Mark E. Anson - FAMILY FARMER RETIRED

Vincennes, IN, USA

Mark was part of a large family farm operation that changed from tillage to cover crops and no-till. He currently farms in Southwestern Indiana & Southeastern Illinois. Mark's operation has now moved on to the next generation calling the management decision with Soil Health Systems. Mark is currently retired from the operating part of farming but still observes and learns from fellow farmers.

Phone: 812-890-2095

I am a for-profit consultant and I may be able to provide more than 30 minutes free of charge depending on topic, location, etc.


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Nathan Johanning - UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS EXTENSION

Waterloo, IL, USA

Nathan Johanning is a Commercial Agriculture Educator for the University of Illinois Extension in Waterloo, IL serving Madison, Monroe & St. Clair Counties. He started in Extension in 2013 as a Local Food Systems & Small Farms Educator after working at SIU in research and teaching in Plant & Soil Science. He accepted his current role in Extension in the fall of 2019. Nathan has a broad background in both row crop and specialty crop production specializing in weed, soil, & nutrient management, cover crops, & no-till production and is active on his family farm south of Waterloo.

Email: njohann@illinois.edu
Phone: 618-939-3434

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Pete Fandel - PROFESSOR, AGRICULTURE, ILLINOIS CENTRAL COLLEGE

Metamora, IL, USA

Pete is a Professor of Agriculture at Illinois Central College where he conducts extensive research on production agriculture, including cover crops and nutrient management. He spent 18 years as a crops educator with the University of Illinois. He also conducts research on cover crops and farms his family's land in central Illinois.

Email: pete.fandel@icc.edu
Phone: 309-339-9185

Private / for-profit consultant; service rates beyond initial consultation may be waived pending location and topic


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Richard Lyons - OWNER/OPERATOR OF LYONS FARM

Harvel, IL, USA

Dick has 32 years of college and university teaching experience along with 48 years of farming experience. Dick has used cover crops for nine years, with seven years of 100% cover. His farm also includes drainage management structures on 80 acres, and buffer strips on all ditches and streams with a two stage ditch on 1/4 mile of stream. Dick has a Bachelor's degree from IL State and Master's degree from U of I. He is an Associate Director of Montgomery Co. SWCD, a board member of the IL Association of Drainage Districts, and a board member of the IL Stewardship Alliance.

Email: rlyons@speednet.com
Phone: 217-825-6697

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Ryan M. Harbison - AGRONOMIST, TRI-COUNTY FERTILIZER

Raleigh, IL, USA

Ryan grew up on a small family ran livestock operation. He saw from a young age the importance of sustainably and taking care of the soil. 

Email: harbison84@gmail.com
Phone: 618-499-7125

I am a for-profit consultant and I may be able to provide more than 30 minutes free of charge depending on topic, location, etc.


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Scott M. Jones - OWNER/OPERATOR REGENERATIVE FARMING PRACTICES

Industry, IL, USA

Scott M. Jones, life-long resident of rural Illinois, is a soil health advocate who is promoting the science and adoption of cover crops and no-till farming practices.
Scott attended the University of Missouri "Jim Gerrish" Intensive Grazing School, completed ISAP's "Advanced Soil Health Training" program, was invited to The Soil Health Institute's  national cover crop and soil health summits, and has attended numerous lectures by distinguished soil health academics and experts over the past 16 years.
Scott holds a B.S. in Biology and Laboratory Sciences from Eureka College in Eureka, Illinois.

Email: regenerativefarmingpractices@mtcnow.net
Phone: 309-333-1583

I am a for-profit consultant and I may be able to provide more than 30 minutes free of charge depending on topic, location, etc.


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Shane Sinclair - CONSERVATION SPECIALIST, PRECISION CONSERVATION MANAGEMENT

Taylorville, IL, USA

Shane Sinclair, a Southern Illinois University Carbondale graduate of forest hydrology, started with PCM as a Conservation Specialist in the summer of 2018. Shane works with farmers in Christian, Sangamon, Macoupin, and Macon counties, and serves as the boots on the ground consultant to each PCM cooperating farmer within the region. His knowledge of in-field conservation practice adoption is equally matched with his passion for wildlife, habitat, and outdoor recreation.

Email: ssinclair@precisionconservation.org

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Steve Fulling - STEVE FULLING FARM

Palestine, IL, USA

After graduating in 1987 from college, Steve came home to operate the grain farm and work other jobs to be able to cash flow the transition. He started no-tilling, not necessarily for the correct reasons, but has stuck with it over the years. He has been growing cover crops for about 6 years consistently on about 40% of the ground we farm. 

Email: sfulling1964@gmail.com

I am NOT a private / for-profit consultant and do not anticipate charging for my time if a request needs more than 30 minutes of time.


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Susan Kehrt - HELMS SEED

Mascoutah, IL, USA

Susan has worked in the ag industry in Southern Illinois her entire career both in ag chemicals and seed. She has a B.S. degree in agronomy from Purdue.

Email:alb3@wisperhome.com
Phone: 618-973-8832

I am NOT a private / for-profit consultant and do not anticipate charging for my time if a request needs more than 30 minutes of time.


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Talon Becker - COMMERCIAL AG EDUCATOR, UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS EXTENSION

Mt Vernon, IL, USA

As Commercial Agriculture Educator, Talon's work includes conducting and facilitating educational programming in the area of row-crop production agriculture and connecting stakeholders with information on requested agriculture topics. Talon also facilitates and conducts research projects at the Ewing Demonstration Center as well as within the greater southern Illinois region.

Email: tbecker2@illinois.edu

Not a private / for-profit consultant; does not anticipate the need to charge for services.


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Ted Krauskopf - HICKORY FLAT CATTLE CO.

Highland, IN, USA

Ted Krauskopf lives on a farm in south eastern Madison County with his wife Linda. He's used regenerative practices on the pasture and has enjoyed seeing the ecology of the farm improve along with the pastures - insects, birds and other wild life have multiplied. Tom feels good about leaving the farm in better condition.

Email: tcklhk@hometel.com
Phone: 618-567-1079

I am NOT a private / for-profit consultant and do not anticipate charging for my time if a request needs more than 30 minutes of time.


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Terry Wyciskalla - OWNER, WYCISKALLA CONSULTING, LLC

Nashville, IL, USA

Wyciskalla Consulting is a full service soil sampling and crop nutrient management company using state of the art precision agricultural sampling equipment and computer software. Terry also offers crop problem troubleshooting and much more. Serves the Southern Illinois region.

Email: wyccon@charter.net

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Tom Abbott - L-RIDGE FARM

Lewistown, IL, USA

Tom Abbott was raised on a dairy farm in West Central Illinois and after a 40 plus year career in agriculture, he returned to his 250-acre farm to implement soil health and conservation practices. Tom is committed to the Conservation Reserve Program, cover crops and sustainable production practices, and is collecting basic soil health data, improving woodland areas and wildlife habits on his farm. Tom's goal is to diversify crop production, improve soil health and provide a sustainable production system for his children and grandchildren.

Email: abbotfarm@embarqmail.com
Phone: 1-863-599-8779

I am NOT a private / for-profit consultant and do not anticipate charging for my time if a request needs more than 30 minutes of time.


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