Anna Teeter is a Field Manager for the Soil Health Partnership covering Minnesota. Anna most recently received her Master’s degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison from the Department of Soil Science. Her thesis evaluated preserving nitrogen from fall applied dairy manure using nitrapyrin, a nitrification inhibitor, in combination with spring wheat as a fall cover crop. Anna received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison double majoring in Agronomy and Life Science Communication.
Throughout her undergrad, Anna worked with the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Forage Extension Specialist and gained experience working with a diverse group of farming operations. Additionally, Anna served as a Crop Scout at Tilth Agronomy out of Appleton, Wisconsin. Her combination of experience and education demonstrates her passion for communicating science.
She grew up in Wisconsin and developed a passion for agriculture after showing horses in 4-H. Outside of work Anna enjoys hiking, camping, and gardening.