Trevor Corboy is the Agriculture and Natural Resources Educator for OSU Extension Greene County. He has been with OSU Extension since November of 2012 when he was a student assistant during his undergraduate degree at The Ohio State University. Trevor is an alumnus of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences with a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture focusing in Animal Science and Agribusiness. He went on to obtain a degree from the University of Florida with a Master of Science in Education focused in Extension Education. Additionally, he holds a Certificate in Teaching and Learning from the University of Florida.
Corboy currently resides in Brown County as the sixth generation on his family sesquicentennial farm. Here he is active in raising Angus cattle, Boer and Nubian goats, hay, and grain products. Trevor continues to play an active role in his community as an alumnus of 4-H and FFA. He is very passionate about agriculture and the commmunity in which he serves.
Contact Trevor Corboy for information on:
Crops, animal sciences, home gardening, weed management, farm management, landscaping, insects/pests, and anything agricultural or natural resource related.