Andy Bartlett, Associate Professor of Soil and Crop Science, instructs all agronomy and precision agriculture related courses at Northeastern. He is passionate about all things related to agriculture, especially anything agronomy and technology based. In addition to teaching, Andy is also starting a precision agriculture program at Northeastern. Andy received his Associates degree from Northeastern Junior College and his Bachelors and Masters of Science in Soil and Crop Science from Colorado State University. He serves as the NJC Collegiate Farm Bureau Advisor, a member of the board of directors for the Logan County Farm Bureau and the Colorado Corn Administrative Committee, a bookkeeper for the South Platte Ditch Company, and is a deacon at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Sterling. Andy and his wife Meagan along with their son and daughter operate a farm in Merino.
Agriculture EducationProduction AgricultureSoil and Crop Science