Extension Agent – Twin Creeks District

Karlie Rumbeck will begin serving as the Twin Creeks District Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension Agent, effective Feb 6. Twin Creeks District has offices in Hill City, Hoxie, Norton, and Oberlin, Kansas. Rumbeck’s primary office is in Hill City. 

Rumbeck earned her bachelor’s degree in Rangeland Ecology and Watershed Management from the University of Wyoming.  She has most recently been employed as a barista for Starbucks in Laramie, WY. 

Agriculture and Natural Resources agents develop and deliver educational programming related, but not limited, to agronomic and livestock production; agricultural economics; management and public policy; horticultural production and management; natural resources conservation; and environmental stewardship. 

More information about K-State Research and Extension Twin Creeks District is available online at twincreeks.k-state.edu.  Contact Karlie Rumbeck via email at: karlierumbeck@ksu.edu.  

Extension Agent – Sedgwick County

Kate Schoenberg will begin serving as the Sedgwick County 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent, effective Feb 6.  Sedgwick County’s office is in Wichita, Kansas. 

Schoenberg earned her bachelor’s degree in Landscape Horticulture from Kansas State University.  She has most recently been employed as a sustainability intern for Yellowstone Landscape in Olathe, KS. 

4-H Youth Development Agents develop and deliver educational programs for school-aged youth.  This includes supporting community clubs, out-of-school programs, school enrichment, volunteer management, and outreach to create new program opportunities with new and existing community partners. 

More information about K-State Research and Extension Sedgwick County is available online at sedgwick.k-state.edu.  Contact Kate Schoenberg via email at: kate42@ksu.edu.