Logan Hall

Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development

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    Youth Development/4-H in Chester County
    Marketing and Communications

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    Logan Hall is no stranger to the Pennsylvania 4-H program and agriculture industry, having grown up raising meat goats, in addition to completing 4-H breeding and market livestock projects, and leadership projects as a member of the 4-H program in Cumberland County. He also served in the role as the Pennsylvania State 4-H Council President.

    Logan now serves as a 4-H Extension Educator based in Chester County. Most recently, he was the 4-H Youth Development Educator in Cumberland County.

    Prior to joining the Penn State Extension Team, Logan served as the Deputy Communications Director, as well as Acting Communications Director during his tenure, at the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, where he had the honor of serving under two Administrations, and most recently, under Agriculture Secretary Russell C. Redding.

    Logan graduated from Delaware Valley University, formally Delaware Valley College, having earned his bachelors of science in Agriculture Education.