Extension office educator announces retirement plans

Friday, May 13, 2016
In 1987, Dr. Mir-M. Seyedbagheri sought to improve the performance of local potato farmers. His efforts were credited with making Elmore County the largest potato-growing region in southwest Idaho.

Marking a career spanning 32 years of service to Mountain Home and surrounding communities, the director of the University of Idaho extension office in Elmore County announced plans to retire.

"For over 30 years, it has been a great honor and privilege to serve Elmore County farmers, ranchers, 4-H youth and the general public," said Dr. Mir-M. Seyedbagheri, who served as an educator with the county agency. "I greatly enjoyed my tasks and have striven to transcend the self, in addition to serving other counties and contributing my applied on-farm findings in Elmore County and statewide for the betterment of the public."

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