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Scott Jerrell

Unit Coordinator and Extension Agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources - Crop & Soil Sciences

Diverse agricultural commodities in Scott County has influenced the Agriculture Extension Program.  Scott has worked with beef producers to promote and development marketing option through state programs for feeder calves and premium assured heifers.  He works with hair sheep producers in the areas of production and marketing.  The Scott County Master Gardener Program is growing and helping Scott assist homeowners with various lawn and garden questions. 

Education and Degrees

2001 - Master of Science, Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences, Virginia Tech

1998 - Bachelor of Science, Plant and Soil Sciences, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Work Experience

2001-2002 - Extension Agent, ANR - Wythe County

1998-2001 - Senior Graduate Research Assistant, Virginia Tech Southern Piedmont Agricultural Research and Extension Center

1997 - Philip Morris Intern, The University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service

Professional Associations

National Association of County Agricultural Agents

Virginia Association of Agricultural Extension Agents

Virginia Extension Service Association

Epsilon Sigma Phi


2004 - Epsilon Sigma Phi - State Team Award

2010 - VAAEA - Achievement Award

2010 - NACAA - Achievement Award