Katie Pencke

Natural Resource Specialist at Whatcom Conservation District

Location:
6975 Hannegan Road, Lynden, Washington, United States
Company:
Whatcom Conservation District
HQ Phone:
(360) 526-2381
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Last Updated 11/21/2017

General Information

Employment History

Farm Drainage Project Coordinator  - King Conservation District

Education

bachelor's of arts  - Ecology and Evolutionary Biology , University of Arizona

Affiliations

Program Manager, Rainier Beach Urban Farm  - Seattle Tilth

Demonstration Garden Coordinator  - Seattle City Hall

Web References  

Staff | Whatcom Conservation District

Top Row: Andrew Phay, Chris Clark, Frank Corey, Jeff Littlejohn, George Boggs, Katie Pencke, Emily Hirsch,
Katie Pencke, Natural Resource Specialist Katie Pencke joined the district in May of 2016 as a Livestock Planning Technician. She is here to assist landowners by providing technical assistance, farm plans and to answer other resource management questions. A native of Seattle, Katie earned a bachelor's of arts in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Arizona in Tucson in 2002. She worked for the next six years in the experiential environmental education field with youth, as a bi-lingual medical interpreter and health care educator, and gardener for Seattle Parks and Recreation. She joined the Seattle Tilth staff in 2008 and worked as an educator with that agency for the next seven years. In addition to managing Seattle Tilth learning gardens and teaching classes, she helped start a small farm incubator in South King County and managed a seven acre urban learning farm in Southeast Seattle for four years. Most recently she worked for the King Conservation District as a Farm Drainage Project Coordinator, helping farmers and rural landowners maintain farm drainage. She moved to Everson with her family in early 2016 to pursue personal farming goals and a position with the Whatcom Conservation District. kpencke@whatcomcd.org 360-526-2381 x105

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Staff | Whatcom Conservation District

Top Row: Andrew Phay, George Boggs, Chuck Timblin, Chris Clark, Frank Corey, Emily Hirsch,Aneka Sweeney, Katie Pencke
Katie Pencke, Natural Resource Specialist Katie Pencke joined the district in May of 2016 as a Livestock Planning Technician. She is here to assist landowners by providing technical assistance, farm plans and to answer other resource management questions. A native of Seattle, Katie earned a bachelor's of arts in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Arizona in Tucson in 2002. She worked for the next six years in the experiential environmental education field with youth, as a bi-lingual medical interpreter and health care educator, and gardener for Seattle Parks and Recreation. She joined the Seattle Tilth staff in 2008 and worked as an educator with that agency for the next seven years. In addition to managing Seattle Tilth learning gardens and teaching classes, she helped start a small farm incubator in South King County and managed a seven acre urban learning farm in Southeast Seattle for four years. Most recently she worked for the King Conservation District as a Farm Drainage Project Coordinator, helping farmers and rural landowners maintain farm drainage. She moved to Everson with her family in early 2016 to pursue personal farming goals and a position with the Whatcom Conservation District. kpencke@whatcomcd.org 360-526-2381 x105

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If you missed it, here is a recap of JNK Llama Day | Whatcom Conservation District

Whatcom Conservation District staff Chuck Timblin and Katie Pencke led classes on pasture management, and farm planning 101, respectively.
Reach out to Katie Pencke, Resource Specialist with the Whatcom Conservation District, and let us know you are out there.

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