Wolff joins NDSU Extension in Stutsman County
She began her duties in January.
Ashley Wolff has joined North Dakota State University Extension as the agriculture and natural resources Extension agent in Stutsman County.
She started Jan. 3 and works out of the Extension office in Jamestown.
Wolff will work with research professionals, county residents and local leaders to provide science-informed education, collaboration and facilitation for agriculture and natural resources programming in Stutsman County. She will work to construct educational programs that focus on community development and agriculture topics.
“I am excited to be the new agriculture and natural resources agent for Stutsman County,” Wolff said. "I’ve lived here for most of my life and was heavily involved in 4-H and Future Farmers of America growing up. I look forward to helping the community and getting to know the community members.”
Prior to coming to NDSU Extension, Wolff worked for Bayer CropScience as a summer associate. She worked for Casselton Veterinary Service and Red River Animal Emergency Center, Fargo, as a licensed veterinary technician.
Wolff earned a bachelor’s degree in veterinary technology and a minor in equine science from NDSU. She will graduate in the spring with a bachelor’s degree in crop and weed science.
“Ashley brings experience to Extension from her time working as a licensed veterinary technician,” says Dena Kemmet, NDSU Extension’s central district director. “We are glad to have her join NDSU Extension in Stutsman County.”