Agricultural natural resources educator hired

Local residents who want to learn about gardening or have a question about pesticides have a new person to turn to.

Sarah Speedy has been hired as the agricultural natural resources extension educator through the Johnson County Purdue Extension. She starts Feb. 1.

Speedy has a master’s degree in animals and public policy from Tufts University, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine and a bachelor’s degree in animal science from Purdue University.

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