Sustainable Agriculture Professional
75 Clearwater Drive, Suite 104, Falmouth, Maine 04105
Jason Lilley’s focus is on improving the overall environmental and economic sustainability of commercial farm operations. His work emphasizes identifying and connecting growers with strong markets, creating healthy soils and resilient farming systems, and long term planning for commercial agricultural enterprises. On-farm and end consumer safety is included in Jason’s work through tractor and machinery safety training as well on-farm food handling safety education. He is also focused on working with beginning farmers to develop long term successful operations. Jason’s past work involves reduced and conservation tillage practices for vegetable production, row cover use and other integrated pest management techniques, and vegetable variety trials. His current research involves cover crop variety trials for earliness in organic and conventional conservation tillage practices.
- M.S. Horticulture. Pennsylvania State University, 2015
- B.S. Horticulture (Commercial Crop Production). Minor in Environmental Sciences and Soil Conservation. Delaware Valley College, 2007
- Maine Agriculture Center