State Soil Health Coordinator, Oklahoma Conservation Commission
Amy Seiger is currently the State Soil Health Coordinator for the Oklahoma Conservation Commission, where she oversees the Commissions efforts of continuing to build relationships while promoting and educating Oklahoma producers and urban communities on the five soil health principles. Seiger also works closely with Oklahoma state and federal government agencies as well as Oklahoma nonprofit organizations to organize soil health events across the state. Amy’s interest in soil conservation started when her father coached her to compete in 4-H land judging throughout her childhood. Amy attended Oklahoma State University, earning BS and MS degrees in Plant and Soil Sciences and a minor in geology. She lives in Harrah with her husband, Jeremy, and her daughter and son.