Wednesday, September 23, 2020

New OSU Extension Ag Agent Joins Sequoyah County Team

Todd Trennepohl, OSU Extension Agent

The OSU Extension is welcoming Todd Trennepohl as a new agriculture agent in Sequoyah County.

Trennepohl, a former Warner resident and a married father of three, has worked with the Extension service for the past six years and serves Woods, McIntosh and Muskogee counties.

Trennepohl, who is waiting for the budget to be finalized before he will be able to spend time at the Sequoyah County office, said he will do most of his work from the Muskogee County office until that time. He noted, however, that Sequoyah County residents can always reach him at his Muskogee office and he can still take soil samples, forage samples, answer questions and more for residents in Sequoyah County. 

After going to college to become an agriculture teacher, Trennepohl said he wanted to give back to those communities that helped him so much when he was growing up. He said he especially enjoys working with 4-H groups and giving younger folks the same opportunities he was given.

To contact Trennepohl or the Muskogee County Extension office, dial (918) 686-7200 or email him at

Laura Brown, KXMX Staff Writer

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