Meet Kathleen Clark – Master Gardener
Kathleen Clark was born in Allentown, PA into a large family of five children. Her parents were organic gardeners and composters – great role models for this master gardener early in her life!
Kathy received a B.A. degree from Lebanon Valley College with a major in Sociology. Kathy is married to Clarence H. Clark, V and they have two grown children, Elizabeth and Chip Clark.
This busy person’s hobbies are reading, gardening and traveling and since 1997 she is a volunteer certified Master Gardener with Penn State Cooperative Extension. Her special interests are food policy issues, native plants and flower arranging. It’s no wonder that Kathy was drawn to Horn Farm Center!
She first became involved with HFC as a volunteer for the 2010 TomatoFest event. Kathy continued to volunteer in the role of Chair of the Education Committee. She was at the helm for the initiation of Homesteading Education Day and also the Summer Solstice Celebration, in addition to other educational events. In 2014 Kathy became a member of the Horn Farm Board of Directors. She completed the Leadership York Leadership Training Program in 2015 and is currently participating in Leadership York’s Mentorship Program.
The Horn Farm Center for Agricultural Education is grateful to have such a hard-working board member in Kathy, dedicating so much of her time to our success.