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Kami Marsh

Identifying plants and pests part of county agent’s job

Kami Marsh, 32, came from Nebraska to Conway without knowing a soul, but she said co-workers at the Faulkner County Cooperative Extension Service, where she is an agriculture agent, “adopted” her. When Marsh took the job in 2006, she said staff members helped her feel at home. They taught her “how to cook Southern,” she said, which includes not measuring ingredients, and they gave her plants for her home. When a tree fell in her front y... READ MORE

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