staff photo of Nicole Flowers-Kimmerle
Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources (Horticulture)

15411 N IL 100 Highway
Lewistown, IL 61542
United States


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.


Recent Media

Nicole Flowers-Kimmerle Joins Extension Team as Horticulture Educator

Local Schools and Organizations Trained to Start School Gardens

Virtual Book Study Group Keeps Master Volunteers Connected and Learning

Flowers-Kimmerle Teaches Webinar Session on Winter Sowing of Seeds

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What I Do and Why It Matters: Nicole Flowers-Kimmerle