Cameron Molberg is on a mission to increase the infrastructure needed to improve and grow rural economic development. With an educational background in institutional management, animal science, and food technology, he began working with local farmers in 2007 as manager at a startup organic restaurant chain in Austin, Texas.
After experiencing the shortage of local organic products, he moved on from there to run Coyote Creek Organic Feed Mill and World’s Best Eggs, the first commercial organic feed mill in Texas and one of the largest organic pasture-based chicken farms in the state. A co-owner of the business, he served as CEO and General Manager from 2010-2017, before stepping away from the day-to-day to focus on projects in domestic and regenerative organic production systems.
Known to some as an “encyclopedia in blue jeans,” Cameron serves as a resource for farmers, consumers, and organizations across the country. He is dedicated to supporting others in the local organic agriculture and food movement. Cameron currently serves as Treasurer of The Cornucopia Institute Board of Directors and previously served as Treasurer of the Texas Organic Farmers & Gardeners Association (TOFGA) from 2010-2015. Cameron serves as a Farmer representative.