KSU Research and Extension has announced that Kyler Langvardt will begin serving as the Geary County Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Agent, effective Nov 28. Geary County’s office is in Junction City, Kansas.
Langvardt earned both his bachelor’s degree in Agriculture and his master’s degree in Agricultural Education and Communications from Kansas State University. He has most recently been employed as a program manager for U.S. CattleTrace in Wamego, KS.
Agriculture and Natural Resources agents develop and deliver educational programming related, but not limited, to agronomic and livestock production; agricultural economics; management and public policy; horticultural production and management; natural resources conservation; and environmental stewardship.
Langvardt will succeed Chuck Otte, who retired in September.