As the director of sustainable agriculture, Megan Miller is responsible for state, regional and national agronomic research, and conservation outreach programs. Miller also coordinates the ILSoyAdvisor.com site, the annual Soybean Summit, and Certified Crop Adviser programming.
Miller attended Eastern Illinois University where she received a Bachelor of Science in biology and attended North Carolina State University where she received a master’s in plant pathology in 2016. Prior to joining ISA, she worked for North Carolina Extension as member of a small grains and variety testing team hosting educational events for farmers and agents and performing data analysis on statewide variety trials.
Crop adviser engagement
Emerging technologies evaluation
Farmer profitability programs
Regional and national research coordination
Soybean composition and HY+Q program
Soybean production outreach and technology transfer