[This article was previously published in the fall issue of The Cultivator, Cornucopia’s quarterly newsletter.]
Cameron Molberg has been elected to Cornucopia’s board of directors. Cameron joined Texas-based Coyote Creek Organic Feed Mill & Farm in 2010 and currently serves as CEO and General Manager.
Coyote Creek is the only certified organic feed mill in Texas and operates the largest organic pasture-based chicken farm in the state. Their brand, World’s Best Eggs, enjoys a 5-egg rating on Cornucopia’s egg scorecard.
Cameron brings to the board an educational background that includes institutional management, animal science, and food technology. He is frequently invited to give talks on a variety of topics, including beginning and advanced poultry-keeping, GMOs in our food supply and in livestock feeds, organic farming and gardening, and the organic certification processes. He’s been called an “encyclopedia in blue jeans.”
He previously served as treasurer of the Texas Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association (2010-2015), and he founded two organic restaurants in Austin, TX, before joining Coyote Creek Organic Feed Mill. Cameron is also president of the Texas Center for Local Food and serves as a board member of the Southeastern Sustainable Livestock Coalition.
Prior to joining the board, Cameron was a formal policy advisor to Cornucopia. In particular, his perspectives on animal welfare issues and on the organic egg sector have been valuable to the organization.
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