Welcome to my home page, located at Fort Lewis College, in Durango, Colorado. I am an instructor in the Agriculture and Biology Department . I teach Ag 101 (Introduction to Animal Science), AG 240 (Animal Nutrition), AG 325 (Beef Science), AG346 (Agricultural Marketing), AG 322 ( Community Based Agriculture),  EGC (Agricultural Issues in Society) and coordinate the FLC Swine Project.  I have a dual appointment between Fort Lewis College and Colorado State University.  This appointment with CSU allows me to work at the San Juan Basin Research Center (aka the "old fort") and coordinate student projects at this location.


I received my B.S. in Animal Science from The Ohio State University and my Masters in Animal Breeding and Genetics from Colorado State University. After teaching animal breeding courses and and managing the CSU Animal Science computer lab, we moved to Durango in 1990.  After developing Curriculum for the American Sheep Industry and working as a computer consultant, I returned to academia here at Fort Lewis in 1995.



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All course material is now being managed through Moodle at moodle.fortlewis.edu