Chance Marshall began Monday, Jan. 6, as the University of Wyoming Extension area educator focused on livestock and profitable agriculture in northeast Wyoming.
Based in Campbell County, he will also serve Crook, Johnson, Sheridan and Weston counties.
Marshall earned his bachelor’s degree in 2011 and his master’s degree in 2013 from UW in animal and veterinary sciences. Marshall offers knowledge from past ranch work coupled with rangeland management experience with the U.S. Forest Service, notes Susan James, UW Extension federal relations and staff development coordinator.
He is a native of Jackson and an alumnus of the Teton County 4-H program.