• Photo by Roxanne Thompson/The Mexia News
    Donald Kelm, center, AgriLife Extension Program, tells Limestone County commissioners court at its July 24 meeting about the many activities the county’s Extension agents oversee.

Limestone County AgriLife agents stayed busy last year

By Roxanne Thompson, Staff Writer

The two AgriLife agents assigned to Limestone County stay busy with programs that either promote livestock, ranching and natural resources; or health, family and domestic activities. Actually, since Limestone’s former Extension agent for Family and Consumer Science, Gabby Washington, accepted a position with Matagorda County in May, there has been no one to actively pursue the programs on the that side of the Extension office, leaving only David Groschke, AgriLife agent for Livestock and Natural Resources, and he has had his hands full.

Consequently, AgriLife is looking for a new agent to fill the FCS position.

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