N.C. Cooperative Extension Welcomes Area Agent in Forestry

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lambertWe are pleased to announce that N.C. Cooperative Extension has recently welcomed Colby Lambert into its ranks as an Area Specialist Agent in forestry. Colby will serve 32 counties in Eastern NC and his primary responsibility will be to develop, plan, execute and evaluate a multi-county research-based Extension program in forestry.
Colby has a B.S. in Forest Management from NC State University. He has worked as a consulting forester in Western NC, Extension Agent in western NC in Christmas trees, Urban Forestry Inspector for the City of Raleigh, NC, Extension Agent in Fayetteville, NC and recently as a Regional Agronomist for NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.