As EVO continues to grow, we are always discussing how we will structure our company so that it meets our mission in the broadest sense possible. EVO is very committed to the environment as well as the community. One way we want to build a stronger relationship with our community is by providing opportunities to our military veterans. We are grateful for their service and want to provide opportunities to those interested in sustainable agriculture that lead to their success.
These opportunities not only include employment but training in the art of BSF production as well as allowing them to play a role in our efforts to network with individuals in less developed nations and help them develop their own BSF production. Through such efforts- everyone is successful. With this said, EVO has hired Mr. Sterling Classen-Reid.
Sterling served in the United States Marine Corps as an Infantryman from 2010 - 2014 and completed his service as a Lance Corporal. He is currently pursuing a degree in Rangeland Ecology and Management at Texas A&M University.
Sterling was born in Fort Worth, TX and has lived in Ohio, Florida, Idaho, California, and back to Texas. He enjoys working with computers; his dog, aka best friend, Diablo. Sterling loves playing paintball; he is a prolific writer; he is an amazing photographer; and, he is going to Africa on a work-study scholarship for the second summer in a row; he has been published in the newspaper and interviewed on TV for advocating for traffic safety.
Welcome aboard, Sterling! The EVO team looks forward to partnering with you on a common mission to protect the environment, create jobs, and provide protein for sustainable agriculture use.
Individuals with over 25 years research experience with the black soldier fly. We are passionate about the science behind the black soldier fly and its ability to convert waste to protein.
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