Kim Rush Lynch

Kim Rush Lynch
Kim Rush Lynch
First Name: Kim
Last Name: Rush Lynch
Company Name: Prince George’s Soil Conservation District
Through her role as the Urban Ag Conservation Planner, Kim provides the following services for urban farms in Prince George’s County:

Soil Conservation & Water Quality Plans
Soils Identification & Testing Consultations
Best Management Practice Implementation
Zoning & Permitting Navigation
Property Tax Credit Certification
Mentoring & Training Opportunities
Cost-Share Programs & Other Resources
Website: https://www.pgscd.org/
Phone Number: 301.574.5162 x3
Business Address: 5301 Marlboro Race Track Rd
City: Upper Marlboro
State: Maryland
ZIP Code: 20772
About Us:

For over 20 years, Kim has been under the influence of food, from field to fork. Through this addiction, she has cultivated a variety of careers in the food system including production agriculture, nutrition and food education, farmers market management, agricultural marketing, and soil and water conservation. Currently, Kim is the Urban Agricultural Conservation Planner for the Prince George’s Soil Conservation District where she assists urban farmers with designing and implementing Best Management Practices to improve soil health and water quality. She chairs the Prince George’s County Public School’s Environment, Agriculture and Natural Resources Program Advisory Committee and the Prince George’s County Food Equity Council. Kim holds professional certifications with the American Association of Nutritional Consultants, the Chesapeake Bay Landscape Professionals program, and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. Kim has shared her time and expertise with organizations such as the University of Maryland Extension, Southern Maryland Agricultural Development Commission, Washington Youth Garden at the U.S. National Arboretum, Greenbelt Farmers Market, and numerous corporations and non-profits through her former health consulting business, Cultivating Heath.

When she’s not thinking about food, you can find Kim in her garden, at her local farmers market, roller skating, or chasing her daughter, McKenna.

Years of Experience: Experience relevant to conservation landscaping includes: Garden Harvest Organic Farm (1998-1999); Washington Youth Garden at the U.S. National Arboretum (1999-2007); Prince George’s Soil Conservation District (2019-present)
CBLP Level 1-Basic Foundation in Sustainable Design, Installation, and Maintenance
  • High tunnel at Pale Blue Dot Farm - NRCS conservation practice
  • Bloomin' PGC Urban Farming Initiative
  • Prince George's Soil Conservation District

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