Meet Our New Horticulture Agent – Taylor Campbell

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Welcome Taylor!

Taylor Campbell joined the N.C. Cooperative Extension, Burke County Center as the Consumer Horticulture Extension Agent, on January. 3, 2023. She is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, where she obtained a bachelor of science in plant sciences with a concentration in public horticulture as well as a minor in food & agriculture business. Taylor is from Jonesborough, Tennessee, where she was involved in gardening and agriculture from a young age. As an adolescent, Taylor became involved in her local FFA chapter, which she credits as being the starting point of her passion for people and plants. When she isn’t working, Taylor enjoys hiking, reading, and spending time with her cats, Theo and Remy. Taylor is excited to start helping Burke County residents learn more about gardening, horticulture, and sustainability.

Taylor Campbell