County Extension Director | Agriculture/4-H Educator
Areas of Expertise
As an educator, I can help others from many different aspects and lifestyles. This opportunity is very rewarding to me as I love providing education to those in need of information. My personal mission is to help and teach others. I hold a master of science degree in weed science and a bachelor of science degree in agriculture economics, both from OSU.
My job has many moving parts. Throughout the year, I coordinate county Extension events, programming and activities; establish and coordinate research plots for wheat, corn, cotton, sorghum, canola, soybean, grain drill, livestock, soil and pasture; develop, promote, oversee, present and evaluate Extension events; develop and distribute Noble County agriculture newsletters; host, plan and promote educational meetings to all clients in areas of agriculture, horticulture, and rural and community development, as well as youth programs.
I work closely with the Noble County Fair Board to host the yearly Free Fair and Spring Livestock Show and oversee and advise monthly Master Gardener meetings.
- Webb, J.C., C.R. Medlin, T.F. Peeper, M.C. Boyles, and J.W. Weirich. 2006. Italian ryegrass control in winter wheat / winter canola rotations. Proc. Weed Sci. Soc. Am. 46:57
- Weirich, J.W., C.R. Medlin, J.K. Nickels, and J.C. Webb. 2006. Alternative control practices for Amaranthus palmeri resistant to acetolacate synthase inhibiting herbicides in Oklahoma peanut fields. Proc. Weed Sci. Soc. Am. 46:51
- Webb, J.C., C.R. Medlin, T.F. Peeper, and M.C. Boyles. 2005. Improving Wheat yield and quality by controlling ryegrass in winter canola. Proc. Weed Sci. Soc. Am. 45:15