Kameron Koepp

Kameron Koepp is from New Braunfels, Texas. During his junior year at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, while majoring in Agriculture Science, he interned with Dr. Ron Heiniger at the Vernon G. James Research and Extension Center in Plymouth, NC. Active in 4-H and FFA through high school, Kameron continued with both organizations in college. His interests include hunting, fishing and restoring antique tractors, including his current project – restoring a John Deere tractor that belonged to his great-grandfather. The youngest of three children, he is the fourth generation to farm his family’s homestead, which he has returned to since completing his degree.