“I find great value in helping producers implement sustainable practices into their farming operations. My goal is to listen to their goals, and design solutions that will increase crop production, improve field drainage practices, and boost their bottom line within their infrastructure. More and more producers are recognizing the responsibility they have in our food system and being a guide on their journey is very rewarding.”
Matt Miller joined the Sustainable Environmental Consultants (SEC) team in September 2021 as an engineering technician. In this role, Matt provides technical and engineering support services to SEC’s conservation practice and environmental compliance projects. Through topographic surveying, data collection, preparation and implementation of engineering designs, and construction inspections, Matt helps farmers achieve their sustainability goals.
After growing up and working on his family’s farm in western Kansas, Matt became interested in pursuing a career in agriculture. He worked at the Osage County Conservation District for over seven years as a soil conservation technician before joining SEC. Matt has completed numerous professional trainings throughout his career including that of soil mechanics, conservation planning, dam inspection, and more.
In his free time, Matt enjoys tending to he and his wife’s grass and alfalfa operation, fishing, hunting, and volunteering as an advisor on the agriculture board at Lyndon High School. He also holds a private pilot’s certificate.