Small Farms Research Center
Work alongside Dr. Duncan M. Chembezi and Ms. E’licia L. Chaverest, assisting underserved limited resource, socially disadvantaged producers, beginning farmers, landowners, small business, rural entrepreneurs, extension personnel and government officials and agencies.
Spearheaded a training workshop, “Starting a Farm.” As the lead person and Program Manager, I welcomed and greeted all resource speakers, workshop participants, gave final remarks on behalf of the Center, and made sure the training workshop proceeded as planned.
Play a major role for the Center as a moderator on several of the Small Farm Research Center’s conference locally and on travel.
Perform and conduct meetings within the Center with co-workers on upcoming events, training workshops, group meetings, farm field days and conferences.
Work closely with different advertisement companies across North Alabama, promoting the Small Farms Research Center, showcasing its success and highlighting the various services it provides to the University, and to the general public or community the university serves.
Help organize farm field days, group meetings, training workshops an farm tours and field days for small farmers, gardeners, and limited resource farmers within the Black Belt region
Pending B.S. 2013- Agribusiness Management, Alabama A&M University
Publications and Presentations
Crowell, JaMarkus C, “SFRC Provides Key Opportunities to Interns.” by Jerome Saintjones, Alabama A&M University, 2012
Crowell, JaMarkus C. “Congratulations to the New Program Assistants.” by E’Licia Chaverest, Program Manager and Marketing Specialist. SFRC Quarterly Newsletter, 2012.
Crowell, JaMarkus C. “WAFF: Above and Beyond.” by WAFF News. Collegiate 100 of Alabama A&M University, February 4, 2012.
Crowell, JaMarkus C. “2009 High School Graduation.” by Tuscaloosa News. Salutatorian of Sumter County High School. May 29, 2009.
Crowell, JaMarkus C. “Locals Travels to Inauguration.” by WTOK News. January 19, 2009.
Crowell, JaMarkus C. “4-H T.G.I.F. (Teens Getting Involved in the Future)” by Denise Shirley, County Extension Coordinator/Project Director. Regional 4-H Newsletter. April 2008.