Governor's Office of Agricultural Policy
Todd Harp appointed as Project Analyst for the Governor's Office of Agricultural Policy
Frankfort, KY. (May 1, 2006) Keith Rogers, Executive Director of the Governor’s Office of Agricultural Policy, announced the appointment of Todd Harp as a new Project Analyst for GOAP. Harp is a former agriculture teacher at Harrison County High School where he was also an FFA Advisor.
“I look forward to working with the Governor’s Office of Agricultural Policy. I understand the struggles of farmers and think that GOAP is playing an instrumental role in assisting Kentucky’s farmers in making adaptations that will enable them to continue their love for agriculture,” stated Harp.
Harp is native to Harrison County where he lived on a dairy and beef cattle farm with his family. They also grew tobacco, corn and hay. Harp graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with an A.S. in Livestock Production and a B.S. in Animal Science. After completing the manager trainee program at Southern States Harp went on to get his teaching certificate in Vocational Agriculture and his M.A. in Educational Leadership at the University of Kentucky. Before becoming a teacher, he worked at Neogen Corporation, which is an agricultural biotechnology company. Harp resides in Bourbon County on a small farm. He raises dairy goats and paint horses.