New Extension Agent in Bullitt County

From Lebanon Junction and Crooked Creek to Mt. Washington, and Hillview to Nichols Hill, I’ve been making my way around the county. I’ve been happy to meet with some of the many organizations that gather at the Extension Office in Shepherdsville and can’t wait to meet the rest.

 

I started on October 1, 2021 and am so excited to serve you and the rest of Bullitt County’s residents. You’ll hear me say this over and over: please feel free to call, email, or stop by the office any time.

 

I grew up as a 4-Her on a farm in southern Delaware near the beach with sandy soil, great for produce! I raised chickens and goats on the side of my families’ wholesale greenhouse operation, grain farm, and irrigation business. I studied Agriculture in Iowa and New York and have had various jobs from Iowa hog farms to farm-based education in Louisville to government relations in Washington, DC.

 

I enjoy biking, birding, and gardening, and when it’s warmer you might find me running along Bullitt County’s rural roads. I love hunting, foraging, hiking, reading, and homesteading projects. That said, I’m interested in just about anything that has to do with food and the outdoors, and I am thoroughly looking forward to helping you access resources for your next project or idea.

 

Useful Links

Helpful Beef Videos

Equine News and Updates

Forestry Resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Agriculture and Natural Resources program provides non-formal education in the areas of agricultural production, homeowner plantings, and natural resource utilization. Specific programs include information on food production, farm business management, marketing and processing agricultural products, natural resource management and home lawn and garden information. We address issues dealing with environmental stewardship, the rural-urban interface, and value-added enterprises.

 

Aquatic Weed Control

LINK TO KENTUCKY PEST NEWSLETTER

Link to Forestry Extension Homepage