Dr. James Craig
Dr. James Craig M.A., Ed.D., J.D. Joined the Colorado AgrAbility Project as a Rural Rehabilitation Specialist and veterans Outreach in December 2014. Mr. Craig, himself a Service Disabled Veteran, regularly works with disabled veterans who are farmers or ranchers as well as those who have little to no experience in agriculture however self-identify as a new or beginning farmer/rancher. Through the USDA/NIFA AgrAbility Project he has assisted numerous disabled veterans to remain productive on their farm or ranch, and has assisted others who sought a self-employment career in agriculture. Mr. Craig earned a master’s degree in counseling and an Ed.D. in Educational Psychology. Prior to joining AgrAbility, he served as Administrative Director for a community mental health agency and managed a case load as well. He specialized in working with the Developmentally Delayed mental health population. Growing up on a cow/calf and wheat operation in northern Montana he appreciates the dedication and sacrifices of our rural farm families.