Mark Campbell is a Director for the Thomas Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District. Mr. Campbell is a 1993 graduate of Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science. He is a Sr. District Field Services Director in central Virginia for Virginia Farm Bureau. In this role, Mr. Campbell serves as a liaison between Virginia Farm Bureau and ten county Farm Bureaus, working with volunteer leaders and staff. In addition, Mr. Campbell works on his family farm in his free time. Deer Creek Farm is a registered Simmental and SimAngus farm, acting as a seedstock producer by selling bulls and replacement heifers to other cattlemen. Agriculture best management practices have been used on the farm for many years, and stream exclusion fencing and water troughs have been installed throughout the farm. Managed intensive grazing is a key management practice in the operation. He is a member of the American Simmental Association, Virginia Simmental Association as a director, National Cattlemen's Beef Association, Virginia Cattlemen's Association, Nelson County Farm Bureau, and Rose Union Baptist Church, and lives in the community of Lowesville in Nelson County with his wife and sons. Mr. Campbell was a recent winner of the local Clean Water Farm Award and the state level James River Grand Basin Award. 
- Web. Board of Directors Bios, Thomas Jefferson Soil & Water Conservation District, Thomas Jefferson Soil & Water Conservation District, retrieved June 18, 2019.