Georgine Yorgey is the Associate Director of WSU’s Center for Sustaining Agriculture and Natural Resources, where she has worked since 2009. She works with both researchers and regional stakeholders on issues relating to recovering energy and nutrients from waste organics, with a focus on dairy systems. She also leads work on climate change and agriculture, including numerous projects relating to adaptation and mitigation across Washington’s diverse agricultural systems.

Highest Level of Education

Master's Degree

Current Job/Study field

Academia / research


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Current employer

Washington State University

Work experience

  • Associate Director
    Center for Sustaining Agriculture & Natural Resources, Washington State University - Full-time From February 2017 to Present

    Lead work relating to recovering energy and nutrients from waste organics with a focus on the dairy industry. Lead work relating to mitigation of climate impacts of agriculture. Co-lead work relating to climate impacts to agriculture.


  • Masters in Public Administration
    University of Washington From September 2006 to May 2008

Area of expertise

Biogas Biomethane Climate policy Environmental policy Environmental Regulation


  • English


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