Retirement of Ken Hellevang

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Ladd Hall 114

Kenneth Hellevang is retiring after 44 years of providing education and technical assistance in grain drying and storage; structures with a focus on energy efficiency; indoor environmental engineering primarily related to moisture and mold; and flood preparation and recovery to farmers, citizens, agribusiness, and professionals. Highlights include:

  • “Grain Storage Practices to Maintain Grain Quality” published in The Miller Magazine distributed in more than 130 countries.
  • “Sandbagging for Flood Protection” used to train community staff, and the Army Corps of Engineers distributing his video.
  • Flood clean-up, mold and building moisture management education in several states for health and building professionals.
  • Ventilation system design for 700-ton sugar beet storage buildings and outdoor piles annually storing about 10 million tons of beets valued at about $500 million.
Contact Information

Contact Information

Emily Schwengler

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