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Todd Scott

Unit Coordinator Extension Agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources

Cooperative Extension Vision                                                                                                                          

Building on the strength of our agriculture, natural resource, family and community heritage, we enable people to shape their futures through research based educational programs. Recognizing that knowledge is power, we serve people where they live and work. Audiences are involved in designing, implementing and evaluating needs-driven programs. We are a dynamic organization which stimulates positive personal and societal change leading to more productive lives, families, farms, and forests, as well as a better environment in urban and rural communities.


Campbell County

Like all sectors of the economy, agriculture continues to change.  While the farm numbers are decreasing, the populous continues to rise.  Providing educational research and programs is vital to help our producers meet the need of feeding a growing population.  Effective management alternatives that enhance profitability and sustainability are present through producer clinics, workshops, on-farm meetings, field days, seminars, fact sheets and newsletters.  The education, these tools provide explore the best methods to improve production efficiency and marketing strategies for area farmers to help meet the needs of a global economy.



1998   Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,  M.S. Vocational-Technical Education

1996   West Virginia University,  B.S. Agriculture- Animal and Veterinary Science


2008 – Present    Extension Agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Campbell County

1998 – 2008    Agriculture Education Instructor, Appomattox County High School, Appomattox VA