Retired educator honored as hero of sustainable agriculture

Dale Mutch was recently named as a North Central Region‒Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (NCR-SARE) Hero. Coordinated by the NCR-SARE Alumni Organization, this recognition honors the leadership, vision, contributions and impact individuals have made in the field of sustainable agriculture.

Dr. Mutch is a retired Michigan State University senior Extension educator and adjunct professor in the Department of Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences. He spent more than three decades as an IPM vegetable scout, agricultural agent, district and state field crop integrated pest management coordinator, senior district Extension educator and coordinator, consultant and professor. As a founding member of the Midwest Cover Crops Council, he championed the promotion and demonstration of cover crops to improve soil health and create more sustainable agricultural practices throughout the region and nationally.

I encourage you to read more about Dale as well as the tributes from many of our MSU colleagues in this NCR-SARE article:

Congratulations, Dale!

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