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Nicole Flowers-Kimmerle

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Horticulture Educator

15411 N IL 100 Highway Lewistown IL 61542

Program Areas
Natural Resources, Environment, and Energy

Nicole Flowers-Kimmerle is a Agriculture and Natural Resources (Horticulture) Educator for Fulton, Mason, Peoria and Tazewell counties.  She completed a bachelors of science degree in crop science at the University of Illinois, and a master’s of science degree in agronomy with an emphasis in weed science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  She has also worked at Montana State University as a research associate where she worked on weed control in sugar beets and barley.  She taught high school chemistry and other science classes where she was able to teach students in both the school garden and greenhouse.  She works with both the Extension Master Gardeners and Extension Master Naturalists.

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Recent Media

Master Gardeners take an active role to address food security and access

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Native plant education aids natural habitat preservation

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Mushroom workshop reaches thousands via live presentation and recording