Koehler and Marshall new to staff at Bottineau college

The Entrepreneurial Center for Horticulture at Bottineau has two new additions to its staff, Amy Koehler and Jessica Marshall.

Koehler has filled the ECH-Small Farm Technical Assistant and Horticulture Instructor position. She will be working with other staff on a total of three grants that have tasks to be completed during the course of the next year. Originally from Michigan, she has a degree in Plant Biology from Michigan State University. Koehler has spent some time as a volunteer in the US Peace Corps. She recently worked for J. Clark Salyer as a Biology Science Technician.

Marshall has filled the dual roles of Farm Manager and Greenhouse Maintenance, which are combined into the new College Farm Manager position. She has received educational training through the ND Extension Master Gardener Program which goes beyond ordinary education and invests in creating gardeners to serve the needs of their communities. She is originally from Wyoming and recently moved to Bottineau from Palermo.