Brown Bag Lecture: Joe Whitehead
Joe was born and raised in Los Alamos, NM and attended New Mexico State University from 1974 through 1980, including two 6-month co-op stints with USDA in NM and getting released with two degrees: Wildlife Science and Range Management. After graduation, he worked several locations in NM with USDA-NRCS ending in Clovis for the last 29 years, where he also owned and operated a tree farm. Joe has been married to Jill for 39 years, raised two boys, one of which lives in Midland and has two girls, the other lives in Dallas and has one baby girl.
Joe will speak on "The Importance of Playas and the Ogallala", which explores the history and significance of the Ogallala Aquifer and the important role of playas in its development and usage.