Health & Fitness:Nutrition
Breaking Through with "Yes"
Growing up on a big farm in Eastern Colorado, KT Thompson’s life always revolved around agriculture and seasonal "stuff" - except a 13-month stint in which she had a normal shift job as a phlebotomist. She completed her undergraduate in Microbiology and currently is a high school science teacher in rural Northeastern Colorado.
In recent years, she has traveled to Europe with a group of students, began beekeeping, completed a Master of Science in Biology through the University of Nebraska in Kearney. Her first manuscript, "Supplemental Feeds and Foraged Corn Grain Dust: A Comparison of the Number of Days Survived In Vitro by Young Adult Honey Bees (Apis mellifera)" has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Apicultural Science. KT started teaching and mentoring other beekeepers and has completed all coursework towards her Journeyman Certification through the Colorado State Beekeepers Association.
She is the president of the Eastern Colorado Beekeepers Association and has been elected to the CSBA board as an advisor.
KT is a life-long learner, exploring life, discovering personal aptitudes and strengths, and focuses on the simple “yes” statements to continue self-development, be a bit impulsive, spontaneous and living life to the fullest.
It is Free