The Hundley-Whaley Research Center of Albany has a new Superintendent.
Jennifer Miller of King City takes over the position from Bruce Burdick who retired in December. Miller has worked as a research specialist at the Hundley-Whaley Research Center for the past four years. She says corn and soybean row crop research will continue at the research center, and she wants to include other niches as well, such as beekeeping or mushroom cultivation.
Miller adds that she also wants to be open to research on other important crops and farming practices to provide farmers research on new possibilities with what works and what does not.