One of SoundWaters interns, Isabelle Hole, recently completed her participation in the Conservation Ambassador Program (CAP) run by the Natural Resources Conservation Academy (NRCA) through the University of Connecticut.
At the Connecticut Conference on Natural Resources (CCNR) yesterday afternoon Isabelle presented a poster she created on her research project. Isabelle did a study on the water quality of Gorham’s Pond in Darien, CT. No prior research has been done on this environment, allowing Isabelle’s research to serve as a baseline for future study.
We are very proud of all Isabelle’s hard work these last few months both in the field and creating her poster! She has done a fabulous job and will also be presenting her work at the CT DEEP Water Quality Monitoring Conference in April.