Logan Minter, PhD

Logan Minter has been involved in the agricultural production and natural resource conservation profession for over 20 years. He is an Associate Professor and Field Specialist for Specialty Crops in the OSU Department of Extension and holds a courtesy appointment in the OSU Department of Horticulture and Crop Sciences. His graduate training focused largely on integrated past management and pollinator conservation. Previously, he served as faculty at Shawnee State University focused on teaching plant science and mentoring undergraduate research related to plant production and diverse topics in natural history and natural resources conservation. Logan’s current and anticipated research and extension efforts focus on production specialty crops (hops, paw paws, vegetables, and culinary mushrooms), food security in rural and urban settings, and management of natural habitats for wild crops.

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