Scott Lightle

Project Coordinator

scott.lightle@ag.tamu.edu 832-567-7090

As a project coordinator with the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute, Scott plans and facilitates educational outreach efforts at Long Acres Ranch, a privately-owned venue spanning 768 acres and 2.5 miles of undeveloped land along the Brazos River in Fort Bend County. Long Acres Ranch is historically cultivated for farm and ranch land and the property remains an important piece of history for Texas and Richmond.

Scott, coming from a background of seed and commercial rice production, attended and graduated from Texas A&M University and received a Bachelor of Science degree in agricultural development. Upon graduation Scott had careers in both agricultural research and science education and now seeks to work with Long Acres Ranch Staff and AgriLife Extension and Research Staff to plan and deliver unparalleled learning experiences while supporting the efforts of NRI.