Robbie brings to Farmton nearly three decades of experience in the forest industry. In his native Screven County, Georgia, Robbie’s family farmed for generations, so he comes to our agricultural properties with both a depth and breadth of relevant knowledge. As a member of the Farmton Team since 2021, Robbie serves as Land Manager. He oversees all day-to-day operations for Farmton’s diverse set of natural resources, assuring that the right things are done the right way at the right time. Robbie is a 1995 graduate of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College with a degree in Forestry and resides in Edgewater, Florida with his wife and two daughters.
Amanda is a Florida native with a passion for agriculture. She was raised on a cattle farm and learned the workings of a busy agricultural operation from the ground up. Amanda joined the Farmton Team in 2019. She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Supervision and Management from Daytona State College. With her strong educational background and her real-life experiences with the Florida farming community, Amanda is ideally suited to help Farmton and its many agricultural pursuits while ensuring its legacy in conservation.
Herman Korpi and Henry Clark are the indispensable members of our team who handle the everyday land management tasks at Farmton. Each of them has more than 30 years of experience in protecting the land and preserving the environment. That’s a sum total of more than 60 years on the farm in all kinds of weather, working with all kinds of tools and equipment. We are fortunate to have Herman’s and Henry’s common sense and deep knowledge to help us protect water quality, fight wildfires, and control the spread of invasive species.