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Southwest Florida Research & Education Center

Southwest Florida Research & Education Center


Kimberly Morgan

Associate Professor, Ph.D

Agricultural Economics

Dr. Kimberly “Kim” L. Morgan joined the Food and Resource Economics Department at the University of Florida in August 2020 as an Associate Professor and Extension Agricultural Economist. She is the Director of the Farm Labor Supervisor Training program, leading a team of experts who provide educational programs to protect the health and safety of Florida farm workers, supervisors, and owners, as they work 24/7/365 to provide fresh, healthy food and food products locally, regionally, nationally, and globally.

SWFL Ag Economic Impact Florida ranks among the top-producing states in many commodities. It is estimated that 200-300 different commodities are produced in Florida. All 67 counties have some form of agricultural activities.

The latest from the lab of Dr. Kimberly Morgan

UF/IFAS Extension works with FDACS to help farmworkers stay safe from COVID

By Lourdes Rodriguez and Brad Buck UF/IFAS Extension experts are communicating with agricultural workers to connect them with COVID-19 free testing, safety information and training – a role they have...

New UF/IFAS economist comes ‘home,’ looks to help harness resources

IMMOKALEE, Fla. --- Kim Morgan is coming home, in a manner of speaking. Morgan graduated from the University of Florida three times. Mostly recently, she began her position as an associate professor of food and resources economics for the...