Sarah Fronczak is a Michigan State University Extension Environmental Management Educator in Hillsdale County.
Sarah grew up in Southern Michigan where she lived on a laying hen and row crop operation. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology. Having a natural inclination toward land stewardship, she attended Bowling Green State University and received her Master of Science in Ecology.
Previously, Sarah has worked as an engineering coordinator for a local municipality, a biology instructor, a watershed coordinator, and a conservation technician. Sarah’s interests are in water quality, nutrient management, and the interface of rural and urban spaces on water issues.
MSU Extension welcomes new field crops educator in southern Michigan
Published on August 17, 2023
Cover crop considerations for vegetables
Published on August 2, 2023
Why macropores can ruin your best intentions with conservation practices
Published on August 1, 2023
Second annual Perennial Farms Ecosystem Conference to be held in September
Published on July 19, 2023
Soil health gains from manure
Published on July 7, 2023
Upcoming field days in southern Michigan
Published on June 29, 2023
Manure, compaction, and cover crops
Published on June 2, 2023
Four Michigan producers awarded NCR-SARE 2023 Farmer Rancher Grants
Published on May 31, 2023
MSU Extension welcomes a new field crops educator in southwest Michigan
Published on May 26, 2023