Fulton McField Jr. is a senior Biology major at Jackson State University. He has always had a passion for agriculture, nature, and working with animals. During his free time in high school he enjoyed helping his uncle with his cow calf operation in Florence, Mississippi and cultivating his own garden in his backyard. During his tenure at Jackson State University he participated in an internship with the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum as a High Tunnel Assistant in 2020 and 2021. Fulton has worked with the Mississippi Center for Cultural Production as a farming apprentice, cultivating the land and assisting with growing crops for the community of Utica, Mississippi in 2021 and 2022. He plans to pursue a Masters in Agribusiness from Mississippi State University to start his own farming business on his family land.