by Hannah Webber and Shannon O’Brien
This year brings the return of a full crew of technicians and interns, along with new Acadia Early Career Fellows in Science Research, Education, and Communication.
This early career crew will count trees, measure clams, identify moths, travel miles–by vehicle, foot, and boat, work solo and in swarms. In true Schoodic fashion they will not only contribute to the science of Acadia and beyond through their field efforts, but they will also share their work through story and teaching.
We are truly thrilled to be working with them. Stop by or follow on social media to see what they are up to during the season.
Isobel Smith, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Jes Hosch, University of Minnesota
Josh Miner, College of William & Mary
Maya Chari, University of California Los Angeles
Schoodic Institute Ecology Technicians
Elizabeth Halasz, University of Richmond
Jess Moskowitz, Mount Holyoke College
Mara Halloran, Lewis and Clark College
Erica Roche, University of Maine
Acadia Early Career Fellows
Maya Pelletier, Vassar College
Mikayla Gullace, Hobart William Smith
Olivia Milloway, Emory University
NPS Northeast Temperate Network Monitoring Technicians
Schoodic Education Adventure Teaching Assistants